Let's all give racism the red card...Pupils at a primary school are giving racism the red card. The youngsters from Llanedeyrn Primary in Cardiff have been campaigning and raising awareness of the need to stamp out to put an end to by sudden and energetic action; to extinguish; as, to stamp out a rebellion s>.
See also: Stamp racism not just in sport but in their lives.
The school hosted a campaign day which kicked off with a Caribbean breakfast. Children and parents came to the school to enjoy fruit and fruit juices. The pupils then made flags, posters and banners for teams from around the world for the school's own world cup.
They attended a special assembly and watched a DVD about racism in sport Racism in Sport is a problem which is manifest around the world. It has led to a wide range of controversial incidents which have been reported in the media.
Racism is particularly prevalent in Football (soccer), but also appears in other sports. .
Backed by the Show Racism the Red Card Show Racism the Red Card (SRTRC) is a campaign in Britain to stamp out racism from British society as well as association football. It is a member of the Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) network. charity, the event was a great success.
Teacher Jonathan Bussy said: 'It all went really well.
The day ended with a final assembly during which we drew the raffle for a West Bromwich Albion shirt signed by (former Cardiff City star) Robert Earnshaw.'