The campaign's work features on the weekly football magazine program
Show Racism the Red Card were the subject of a film piece on the BBC's Late Kick Off this week as the world of football continues to look at racism following the high profile incidents in the game.
See Late Kick Off North East's feature on SRtRC here
Many of the former professional footballers now working with the campaign in the North East including Trevor Benjamin, Gary Bennett and Olivier Bernard were interviewed. Current NUFC striker Leon Best also contributed and talked about the need for clubs and players to do more on the issue.
An excerpt from Rio Ferdinand's recent interview on football focus was also included in the program.
As well as discussing racism and the work of SRtRC, the piece also highlighted the current financial difficulties that the campaign is facing.
Ged Grebby, SRtRC Chief Executive said "We're seeing cuts within our budgets, obviously you can't continue to run a charity on the basis of £96,000 losses. There (aren't) many organisations like ourselves and I can't think of any with a UK remit to combat racism. So if we weren't there then racism, certainly, would be on the increase."