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Racism vs Racial Identity in Football

Mal Fletcher on LBC Radio
Added 20 June 2015
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A British newspaper today featured a photo-story showing young black and white members of the England under-21 football squad forming naturally into separate groups during dinner and at play.

Is this an indication of racism at work, or is it something else altogether?

Mal Fletcher, social commentator, discussed this with LBC Radio's Ian Payne.

(Sadly, the last few sentences of the interview were cut off in our recording.)


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