Zack Steffen launches an Anti-Racist Project

Wed 24 February 2021 | 19:32

The aim of the campaign is to fight racism throughout the world with the help of famous sports figures.

Zack Steffen

, the American goalkeeper of

Manchester City

is ready to launch an anti-racism project in his country which is in cooperation with Common Goal. The purpose is to expand the impact of the campaign throughout the rest of the world.

Juan Mata

, Casey Stoney, and Timo Werner are among the members of this Anti-Racist project. There will be a coalition with Major League Soccer side Chicago Fire, National Women’s Soccer League side Angel city and Tony Sanneh.

Steffen, one of the first players to pledge his individual support for the project, said: "There's been so much talk over the last months about racism in soccer and beyond, and enough is enough. It's time to take action.

"We need to show people how to be anti-racist. I wanted to join this project because it is the kind of collective action necessary to make large-scale change.

"I hope that this project will go worldwide and create a new culture of inclusion in as many countries as possible."



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