Show Racism the Red Card

The NUT supports Show Racism the Red Card, the campaign that uses top footballers to educate against racism.

Show Racism the Red Card has filmed professional football players addressing issues surrounding racism. The films help teachers and other training professionals to deliver training in their schools and workplaces. Each of the films is accompanied by an education pack containing lesson plans and activities for all ages.

The latest interviews are with Liverpool’s Joe Allen, Manchester United’s Chris Smalling and West Ham United's Carlton Cole and Matt Jarvis.

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Show Racism the Red Card School Competition 2016

On Thursday 28th April West Ham United FC hosted the Show Racism the Red Card awards ceremony for the annual school competition at the Boleyn Ground.

The national competition enables young people to produce anti-racism themed entries in a variety of mediums, including artwork, creative writing, film and music, having worked with SRtRC resources during classroom sessions. Details of all the winners can be found here.

You can see the winning entries here:
SRtRC School Competition 2016 - Overall Winner
SRtRC School Competition 2016 - All Ages & Abilities Multi-Media Category, Runner-up
SRtRC School Competition 2016 - All Ages & Abilities Multi-Media Category 3rd place

The presenters of this year's ceremony were TV personality Lisa Rogers & former West Ham United FC player Leroy Resenior. Guests of honour were current West Ham United FC players Sam Byram & Reece Oxford who were joined by former West Ham United FC player Bobby Barnes. Chelsea L.F.C and England winger Gemma Davison was also joined by West Ham Ladies Defender Katie Bottom.

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