Sports "No sufficient evidence of racism": UEFA does not determine against Sparta Prague
Death of Joyce Echaquan: Quebec coroner urges government to recognize systemic racism
MONTREAL — The Quebec government should recognize the existence of systemic racism and make a commitment to root it out of institutions, says the coroner who investigated the 2020 death of Joyce Echaquan. Released Friday, the report by coroner Géhane Kamel concluded that while Echaquan's death was accidental, the racism and prejudice the Atikamekw woman was subjected to contributed to her demise. The report includes several recommendations to various bodies, but the first one is for the government to acknowledge systemic racism, something Quebec Premier François Legault's government has repeatedly refused to do.
The UEFA will not determine against Sparta Prague for possible discriminatory incidents at the Europa League game against Glasgow Rangers.
Rangers-Profi Glen Kamara for the second time
involved a study concluded that there was "sufficient evidence for racism or discriminatory behavior" in the game on September 30 in Prague, "to open a disciplinary procedure against Sparta Prague To justify, "said the European Football Association on Friday.
After the 1-0 victory of the Czechs, among others, the "Glasgow Times" had reported that Rangers-Profi Glen Kamara had been boosted by the 10,000 adolescents Sparta fans in every ball contact and was offended to racist. The 25-year-old midfielder was born in Finland as a son of African immigrants.
Coroner's report on Joyce Echaquan's death adds pressure on Quebec premier to acknowledge systemic racism
Experts from within and without Indigenous communities say the coroner's report into Joyce Echaquan's death validates what they've been saying for years: that systemic racism in Quebec health care must be acknowledged and addressed. Coroner Géhane Kamel's top recommendation in her report is that the province recognize such racism exists and take concrete action to eliminate it. The report, released Friday, also says racism and prejudice contributed to the Atikamekw woman's death, although the cause of death — pulmonary edema — was ruled accidental.
instead of empty ranks 10,000 children and adolescents
Actually, the duel should be discharged against the Scots because of a racism scandal at another Sparta game from empty grandstands. But due to an exception, 10,000 children between six and 14 and their supervisors were allowed to go to the stadium.
The Czech Foreign Minister Jakub Kulhanek had held himself against the reports, Kamara had been racistly insulted and announced that the British ambassador therefore into a conversation to the Foreign Ministry in Prague.
Kamara had previously been involved in a racist incident. He had accused a "vile racist insult" in the past year after a game against Slavia Prague the opposing player Ondrej Kudela (34). The UEFA Kudela, who played everything, locked for ten games.
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