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SRtRC Attends Frederick Douglass Unveiling

On the 14th February 2023, a long running campaign to memorialise and celebrate one of history's foremost abolitionists, reached another significant milestone. Community leaders, local historians, members of the public, along with representatives from the worlds of anti-racism, politics, sport, faith and healthcare gathered together to unveil a plaque recognising the tireless anti-enslavement campaigning of Frederick Douglass.

SRtRC Scotland Visits Greenhill Primary School

On the 9th February 2023, Show Racism the Red Card presented two anti racism and anti discrimination workshops to P6 pupils of Greenhill Primary.

School Competition Launch | England

Last week, SRtRC supporters gathered to launch our annual School Competition at the UNISON Headquarters. The event was attended by sponsors and supporters of the Competition with speakers including Kevin Courtney (NEU General Secretary), Sola Kasali (EA SPORTS), Simone Pound (PFA), Paul Elliott (Former Footballer) & hosted by Margret Greer (UNISON).

SRtRC recognised as Changemaker in Wales

The SRtRC Wales team was honoured to be recognised as one of the 100 top ‘Changemakers’ in outgoing Future Generations Commissioner, Sophie Howe’s, definitive list.

SRtRC Scotland visits St Joseph’s RC Primary School

On Tuesday 24th January, Show Racism the Red Card Scotland visited St Joseph's RC Primary School in Linlithgow, to deliver anti-racism workshops to Primary 6 and Primary 7. This is our first time back at St Joseph’s since the Pandemic and we were overjoyed to be welcomed back with such enthusiastic learners.

Sunderland AFC Educational Event

Another local event for the Northeast campaign team as they made the short trip to the Beacon of Light to hold an educational event in partnerships with Sunderland AFC and the Foundation of Light. Two local schools, Dame Dorothy and Easington CoE Primary Schools, joined us at the Beacon of Light for a full day event. The Lord Mayor of Sunderland joined us to open the day and show that Sunde

SRtRC Scotland visits UNISON Black Members Conference

On Friday 20th January, UNISON Black Members group kindly invited Show Racism the Red Card Scotland along to attend the Unison Black Members Conference in Edinburgh.This was the first time the event has been held in person since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and it offered us an opportunity to meet and talk to committed union members and activists from across the UK.

SRtRC Scotland Visit Scottish Libraries

On Thursday 19th January, Show Racism the Red Card Scotland visited the Mitchell Library in Glasgow to deliver anti-racism workshops to Scottish librarians.

Newcastle Eagles Educational Event

The first event of the new year was one local to us in our North-East office. The campaign team paid a visit to the Vertu Motors Arena for the first educational event in our history with the Newcastle Eagles basketball team. It has been great working alongside the Newcastle Eagles Foundation, they are rooted in their local community and deliver vital work throughout the city.

Stowe Family Law Show Racism the Red Card

The North Shields office of Stowe Family Law Show Racism the Red Card by donating £600 to our charity to continue our decades of anti-racism work.

Chris Kamara Receives MBE

Chris Kamara, a long standing patron of ours, has been awarded an MBE in King Charles’ New Year’s honours for services to football, charity and anti-racism thanks to his work in supporting Show Racism the Red Card and Marie Curie.

Reflecting on 2022, Shaka Hislop President of SRtRC

It’s that time of year again. That time where I wonder how time flies, where the year has gone, and reflect on all that the last 12 months has given us.

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