A total of 100 school children join MSPs and Dundee United players at anti-racism seminar.
One hundred school pupils are took part in an anti-racism seminar at Dundee United's Tannadice stadium on Friday.
The Show Racism the Red Card event, at the Tangerines' Hall of Fame Lounge, was aimed at encouraging members of all Scotland's various communities to celebrate diversity and tackle racism.
A total of 100 school pupils - 50 from Longhaugh Primary School and 50 from Morgan Academy - joined ex-United star Dave Bowman, current club captain Lee Wilkie and local MSPs Marlyn Glen and Joe Fitzpatrick at the seminar.
United director Derek Robertson said: "This was our seventh major anti-racism seminar at Tannadice and complements other anti-racist initiatives undertaken by the club.
"We are fully supportive of the work of Show Racism the Red Card and, once again, are grateful to ArabTRUST for helping to organise the seminar on our behalf. We'd also like to thank the new charity United for All for their help."
Billy Singh, Campaign Manager of Show Racism the Red Card said: "Show Racism the Red Card is once again calling upon people from all sections of the community to take a united stand against racism.
"Our Fortnight of Action is an opportunity for everyone to take a pro-active stance against racism. I encourage people to get involved by initiating an event at a local level and to challenge all forms of prejudice and celebrate diversity.
"Football is leading the way in trying to change people's attitudes and behaviour within football grounds. Our challenge is to spread that message in our communities and everyday lives."
David Mulholland, Chairman of United for All added: "Few sports can unite us like football and SRtRC have shown over the years how that shared enjoyment can be used to tackle the insidious problems of racism in our society.
"All fans agree on the need to eradicate racism and our new charity are delighted to be involved in this fortnight of action."