"Report racism you come across," the message from Karl Henry
Wolves midfielder Karl Henry told youngsters from local schools that they should report racism that they come across.
Club captain Karl was speaking at a Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) event at Molineux Stadium this week for Year 5 and 6 pupils from local schools.
The event, held with the Wolves Community Trust at Molineux Stadium, marked the launch of the new SRtRC film in the
Speaking on the Q&A panel at the event, Karl told the audience of young people: “It’s really important if you come across racism to report it to a teacher or an adult you can trust.”
Karl was joined on the panel by former-Wolves goalkeeper Matt Murray, former-striker David Kelly and former-defender Tony Daley.
The young people from St Teresa’s and
SRtRC Campaign Worker Gavin Sutherland said: “The event went really well, the young people were really engaged. They enjoyed both the film and the activities – and there were some excellent questions on the day.”
Prizes on the day were a signed shirt from the Wolves Community Trust, a signed pennant from West Mercia Police and signed SRtRC T-shirts
Birchen Coppice pupil Connor won first prize with his question: “If someone is racist on the pitch, what would happen?”
Pictured (left to right): Wolves captain Karl Henry, David Kelly, Matt Murray and Tony Daley with the young prize winners.