In partnership with Show Racism the RED Card (SRtRC) on their Day of Action, the JD Cymru Leagues & Orchard WPWL have released a poignant video emphasising the importance of challenging racial prejudice.
The video which features FAW Trust ambassador and girls football coach Ayah Abduldaim highlights the many forms of racism, its affect and the need for further education on this important topic.
Racism continues to be an issue in our society with many people suffering abuse each day. SRtRC Wales are the FAW’s anti-racism educational charity and believe that education is key to challenging racism in society.
As part of the FARE Network Football People Weeks, SRtRC’s annual fundraiser ‘Wear Red Day’ takes place on the 16th of October and is vital in helping the anti-racism charity raise funds to support SRtRC schools programmes, in addition to raising awareness and educating young people and teachers to embed anti-racism in their establishments.
If you, a teammate, colleague or opponent are subject to racism, please don’t ignore it, report it at: ReportIt@faw.co.uk
If you would like to support SRtRC’s Wear Red Day, you can by:
Texting; Text ‘RED’ to 70470 to give £1, ‘RED5’ to give £5, ‘RED10’ to give £10 etc.
Just giving: www.justgiving.com/theredcard
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