The football Star of FC Bayern Munich, reports on his racism-experiences – and asks, in the Wake of #blacklivesmatter. the fight against discrimination.
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David Alaba is related to the subject of racism in a clear position – and is calling on his team-mates in the Bundesliga to fight against it: "Everyone has color in his environment, people with a different origin, a different skin. You should listen to, its history, problems and Concerns understand. You have to fight with each other against the topic of racism," said the defender of FC Bayern, the "image". Ralf Ibing /firo sports photo/POOL, David Alaba is setting a sign against racism
he Also self-reported racist experiences in his past: "I don't want to pick an incident out. But of course, I remember incidents in my Childhood, in my youth, which I experience today as well. Even today, one is confronted now and again with certain things. The N-word came up again and again somewhere. This was certainly no exception." This topic people with dark skin color deal", unfortunately, is a life-long". The League for saving price with Sky Ticket (display)
a few months ago the Austrians in the GQ Interview had taken clear position on racism in football: "I think I need to raise that specifically, we, the players and members of the Public – are affected by whether we or not, our votes. But also the football organisations need to help. You can see that some things are in progress, but maybe that is still too little. And maybe you have to in some situations, just harder."
After the death of the African-American George Floyd in the Wake of police brutality Alaba wants to put up with his Statement, a clear sign – but the campaign #blacklivesmatter. alone was not enough: "This is too little. A Hashtag under a Post is not enough to be a community, to understand. There is only one category in which we will all be divided: people! Not race, skin color, or whatever."
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