Cricket chiefs and New South Wales police launched investigations after fast bowlers Mohammed Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah complained about being targeted while they fielded by the boundary ropes on day three of the clash this month.
Brazilian gymnast Angelo Assumpcao still wonders how far he could have gone if not for the decision he says derailed his career: speaking out against the racism he was subjected to by his white teammates.
Jofra Archer’s England team mates will rally round the fast bowler after he reported being racially abused by a spectator during a test match against New Zealand,
“I guess they miss me,” the 27-year-old told the club’s UTD Podcast, referring to the pundits.
In an interview, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut pointed out that many Bollywood actors and actresses who endorse fairness creams were now talking about racial discrimination.
A very nice piece about racial bias. It isn’t about firing the one who is guilty of the bias. The bigger situation to be handled is the unconscious bias. It happens because we categorise colours into stereotypes. Like the writer rightly says, “What a world when a black guy is not only never assumed to be the boss, but not even assumed to be the one serving the boss coffee...” (“None of us is immune to conscious bias,” July 18, Gulf Today).
Their decision to highlight the physical, mental and emotional abuse follows the recent release of American documentary 'Athlete A,' charting investigations into USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, who was jailed for life in 2018 after abusing more than 250 athletes.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused disruptions to child protection services in more than 100 countries, leaving a large number of children at increased risk of violence, exploitation and abuse, said a global survey by UNICEF on Wednesday.
About 200-300 people gathered in the downtown area to march to the apartment of Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler to demand his resignation. They were seen setting fire to wooden benches and plastic trash bins along the march.