By SYLVIA HUI
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s diverse communities will come together across London to mark King Charles III’s coronation. Musicians plan to parade through the streets of London’s Brixton neighborhood to entertain crowds with a carnival set mix of gospel, jazz, grime, disco and rap. British Indians will party with Punjabi song and dance in west London’s Southall district. But the festivities will also be viewed with ambivalence by some including those with African Caribbean backgrounds and other minorities for whom the British Empire’s past wrongs still loom large. The U.K. royals have struggled most recently with new accusations of institutional racism including Prince Harry’s biracial wife Meghan. Charles has emphasized he values diversity in multicultural Britain. But some say he can do much more.