The beginning of 2023 marks a phenomenally exciting milestone for Show Racism the Red Card. We are fast approaching the day when we will have delivered anti-racism education to 1 million people in the UK.
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.
The North East of England African Community Association (NEEACA), founded in 1997, is a long-standing united body for all Africans, those of African descent and those committed to the well-being of Africa and Africans. Working with other voluntary groups, local authorities and government agencies.
Show Racism The Red Card (Southern Region) and The Evolvolution Initiative delivered a virtual and international cultural workshop between Highgate Wood School located in London, England and Bedford Academy located in Brooklyn, New York.
Swansea, Wales (November 2022) – Through Welsh Governments FIFA World Cup 2022 – Partner Support Fund Show Racism the Red Card have created World Cup themed anti-racism educational resources for pupils to engage with in classrooms across Wales. The resources are accompanied with a teacher’s pack providing delivery notes and conversations to support teachers to provide high quality anti-racism education sharing the anti-racism message.
Gary Bennett has been a Patron of SRtRC for over 25 years having worked alongside Ged Grebby, Shaka Hislop and John Beresford to build a charity to educate thousands of school children and adults in anti-racism.
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