Almost two weeks have passed since 21-year-old Anton Lundin Pettersson walked into the Kronan school in Trollhattan, Sweden, and stabbed a teacher and a teenager to death. Pettersson was shot by police and died later at the hospital. In his article Racist murder sparks Sweden's Black Lives Matters Christian Christensen wonders whether the country's proclamations of solidarity and tolerance are enough to address the current political climate. A climate characterized on the one hand by the voice of anti-immigratory party Sweden Democrats with almost 20 percent of the sympathies and on the other hand by a spate of mysterious fires that has hit numerous asylum-seeker accommodations throughout the country.