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Sport Racism: An English club takes a big

21:45  08 april  2021
21:45  08 april  2021 Source:   football365.fr

British Government’s ‘Gaslighting’ Report on Racism Says Slavery Had Some Upsides

  British Government’s ‘Gaslighting’ Report on Racism Says Slavery Had Some Upsides Last summer, after George Floyd’s killing sparked mass anti-racism demonstrations around the globe, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked a dedicated team to investigate and report back on racism in the U.K.. On Wednesday, they came back with their findings—that institutional racism no longer exists, and that the slave trade had some upsides. The report, published by the British government’s Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, has been branded as “gaslighting” and “an insult” by anti-racism activists.

decision The Championship club, Swansea, will withdraw from social networks for a week to fight any forms of racism.

racisme © Provided by Football 365 Racism This is an unprecedented action that could make things happen. To protest against all forms of racism and discrimination on social networks, the Swansea club, which currently evolves in second division, has made the decision to disable all its accounts for a week, this Thursday. The Gallois Club specifies that "all players and players, first teams and academy, as well as the management, staff and official club channels, which includes Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, will not publish any content for a period seven days ". "Too much, it's too" "as a football club, we've seen many of our abuse victims of odious abuse over the last seven weeks, and we think it's just taking a position against behavior Who is a plague for our sport and society as a whole, "says the English club communiqué.

Swansea City Has Chosen to Take a Club Wide Stance in The Battle Against Abuse and Discrimination of All Forms on Social Media.

Ajmal Shahzad: 'I've never experienced racism in cricket'

  Ajmal Shahzad: 'I've never experienced racism in cricket' INTERVIEW BY DAVID COVERDALE: The 35-year-old bowling coach is one of the few British Asian coaches of a county first team, and the first British-born Asian to play for Yorkshire.'As a South Asian community, we cannot say that the pathways are closed or there's racism out there,' the Derbyshire bowling coach tells Sportsmail. 'I think that's a very easy place to go and it's actually a very bad place to go.

from 5pm toDay We Will Not Post Any Content On Our Official Social Media Channels for Seven Days. #enoughisenough

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- Swansea City AFC (@swansofficial) April 8, 2021 The club also specifies that its general manager, Julian Winter, sent a letter to CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, and the Founder, President and CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg so that stricter sanctions are taken for the authors of racist messages "who have unfortunately become far too common."

Alex Beresford quits social media over 'relentless' racist abuse following on-air clash with Piers Morgan .
Alex Beresford quits social media over 'relentless' racist abuse following on-air clash with Piers Morgan . © Provided by Cover Media Alex Beresford At the start of March, the Good Morning Britain presenter challenged his colleague Piers about his rants over Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey, prompting Piers to storm off the set live on-air. That evening, it was announced that Piers had quit the show. Writing for the Telegraph, Alex admitted he has been subjected to a torrent of abuse on social media ever since the clash.

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