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Footballers urge fans to 'stand together' against racism in Holocaust Memorial Day video

Harry Kane, Jürgen Klopp and Gary Lineker are among two dozen leading football personalities featured in a video to be shown at FA Cup fourth round matches urging people to stand up against hatred and discrimination. The two-minute video, marking Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January, features images from the Holocaust cut with images of antisemitic graffiti, Islamophobia and a lesbian couple attacked on a London bus in 2019
Top footballers mark Holocaust Memorial Day with anti-racism video

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    Well done in getting this video made. Those pictures are actually traumatising.

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    Dumbed down pi $$ drinking football worshippers will listen to your lies

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    Racism= weaponised word against white people

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    thanks. many Poles died from German hands.

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