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Educational club event with Rochdale AFC

Earlier this week the campaign team travelled to Lancashire, this time to work with Rochdale AFC and the Rochdale AFC Community Trust.

 We arrived at the stadium and set up in ‘Our Spot’. Over 65 young people from 3 local primary schools joined us to work through our anti-racism workshop. Throughout the workshop the young people learned about ‘World View’ and engaged in critical thinking. They learned ways to spot and report racism as well as exploring what a stereotype is.

 We were very lucky to be joined by RAFC first team players Toumani Diagouraga and Devante Rodney who took questions from the audience and offered some valuable advice on how to handle racism and their own personal experiences. Thank you too you both for your support with this event!

 Massive thank you to Graham Hicks for all his help organising this event and making it such an enjoyable experience for all!


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