A learning centre at a new Liverpool museum is to be dedicated to murdered teenager Anthony Walker.
The Anthony Walker Education Centre will be based at The International Slavery Museum, which opens next week.
The centre will provide information about the legacy of racial intolerance left behind by the transatlantic slave trade.
Eighteen-year-old Anthony was killed in a racist attack in McGoldrick Park in Huyton, Merseyside, in July 2005.
What a fitting way to pay tribute to a young lad who had everything to live for and was robbed of it so callously by some no hoper scally morons. BBC News Report