A string of solidarity events will be held in London to honour the two black men killed by police officers in the US.
A solidarity circle is scheduled Thursday at 11 a.m. in Victoria Park where a silent stand for equality will take place followed by a discussion period regarding multiculturalism.
Organizers and participants will then head to London City Hall Friday for a vigil that will run from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The three-day tribute will wrap up Sunday with a silent march and procession in Victoria Park at 4 p.m.
Last week, Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old black man, was shot and killed by Baton Rouge police officers outside a convenience store in Louisiana.
Days later, Philando Castile, a 32-year-old black man, was shot by Minnesota police during a traffic stop while in a car with his girlfriend and her child.
The high-profile shootings sparked major outrage in the US as activists flooded the streets across the country to express their anger and frustration.
US President Barack Obama has since opened the topics of race and policing by meeting with activists and law enforcement chiefs in a number of discussion sessions this week
At a three hour meeting at the White House Wednesday, Obama said ongoing dialogue is needed to bridge the gap between police and their communities.
“We have to as a country sit down and just grind it up and solve these problems,” he said.
Obama will hold another meeting Friday, this time televised, to further discuss the racial divide in criminal justice.
With files from Rana Aladdin