Racism In Soccer

18 Mar 19
Fraser Sherman's Blog

So last year I posted on FB about “Apartment Patty,” the white woman who harassed a black man coming into the apartment building where they both lived and demanding he prove he was a tenant. For which her employer canned her. One of my FB friends, a right-winger who believes companies can fire anyone at […]

18 Mar 19
WGEH

By NICK PERRY, KRISTEN GELINEAU and JULIET WILLIAMSAssociated Press CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) – On March 15, New Zealand changed. Some are calling it a loss of innocence, a reminder that distance doesn't bring protection against violence. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has vowed to change gun laws and investigate what went wrong. This is how […]

18 Mar 19
CaleMari in South Africa

Click on the video below to see highlights from the past month with the 2019 East Mountain residents. This month we did a personality assessment and workshop series and discovered that a vast majority of people at East Mountain are “NF” (intuitive feelers) on the Myers Briggs scale. NFs are often called “dreamers,” “visionaries,” and […]

18 Mar 19
Comm 3357 Spring 19

3/19 Raheem Sterling shouldn’t have to educate the media about racism Reading Summary: The article addresses EPL player Raheem Sterling’s social media post about Britain’s (and specifically journalists) role in his experiences of racism. Musa Okwonga brings up that Sterling is busy enough as it is and should not be the one to have to […]

18 Mar 19
Comm 3357 Spring 19

Reading Summary This article focuses on a soccer player for Manchester City, Raheem Sterling, and his response to the racism displayed by British media. Sterling posted an Instagram picture with a caption detailing his thoughts on a recent racist article. Two young professional soccer players, one white and one black, purchased expensive houses for their […]

18 Mar 19
Comm 3357 Spring 19

March 19: Raheem Sterling shouldn’t have to educate the media about racism Reading Summary Raheem Sterling is a famous forward for Manchester City who believes that he is experiencing racism both on and off the soccer field by fans and the media. During a Premier League match against Chelsea, Sterling stated that he was subjected […]

18 Mar 19
Comm 3357 Spring 19

Tuesday- Raheem Sterling shouldn’t have to educate the media about racism  Summary: This article, written by Musa Okwonga, details how Raheem Sterling, who is a world-class forward for Manchester City and England, faced racist comments from a nearby fan at one of his soccer matches. Sterling went to Twitter where he explained how the media plays […]

18 Mar 19
Comm 3357 Spring 19

Summary In the article posted by Musa Okwonga, “Raheem Sterling shouldn’t have to educate the media about racism,” Sterling recounts the racism occurring in British sport media. As a professional soccer player and father, Sterling has much to do. The last things he wants to deal with are racist remarks from fans and unfair treatment […]

18 Mar 19
Comm 3357 Spring 19

“Raheem Sterling Shouldn’t Have to Educate The Media About Racism” – 3/19 Reading Summary This article focuses on the unfair and racist sports coverage of African American male soccer players in the premier league. Raheem Sterling, the world-class forward for Manchester City and England, as well as a dad, has led the attempt to bring […]

17 Mar 19
Winnipeg Sun

Why can’t we just say what we mean and leave off the attention-seeking hyperbole?

17 Mar 19
Kindi's Blog 2

الكلمة الحكمة ضالة المؤمن فحيث وجدها فهو أحق بها Abū Hurayrah (may Allāh be pleased with him) narrates that Allāh’s Messenger (Allāh’s salutations and peace be upon him) said, “The Wise Word is the lost camel of the believer. Wherever he finds he is the most entitled to it.” [ʾat-Tirmiẓī] Amongst the facts of history […]

17 Mar 19
Comm 3357 Spring 19

Tuesday: Raheem Sterling shouldn’t have to educate the media about racism Summary: This article focuses on racism in British sports. Soccer in England has dealt with many public stories of racism. One Manchester City player, Raheem Sterling, is one of the top players, but he still is subjected to racist remarks. The British media plays […]

17 Mar 19
Game of the People

IN the current football landscape, it’s hard to imagine that Bucharest, the capital of Romania, once provided the world with a European champion. It’s 33 years since Steaua won the European Cup, beating Terry Venables’ Barcelona on penalties in Sevilla. At the time, it was considered to have been a major shock, but it was […]

17 Mar 19
HeSaidWhat?!?

How To Fight Islamophobia In America, No Matter Your Faith. By Carla Herreria “Hello, brother.” Those were the words that a Muslim man said to a gunman before he was shot to death at the Al Noor mosque in New Zealand on Friday. The gunman, an avowed white supremacist, went on to kill at least […]