A Premier League anti-racism slogan printed on a West Ham United player before a game in February. Photo: Reuters A Premier League anti-racism slogan printed on a West Ham United player before a game in February. Photo: Reuters
A Premier League anti-racism slogan printed on a West Ham United player before a game in February. Photo: Reuters

English football chiefs tell Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey to act on racism – ‘your platforms remain havens for abuse’

  • ‘Vicious’ online racism targeted at Manchester United’s Rashford, Tuanzebe, Martial, James and others in recent weeks
  • Joint letter says Twitter and Instagram’s ‘inaction’ allows anonymous perpetrators to believe ‘they are beyond reach’

Topic |   English Premier League
A Premier League anti-racism slogan printed on a West Ham United player before a game in February. Photo: Reuters A Premier League anti-racism slogan printed on a West Ham United player before a game in February. Photo: Reuters
A Premier League anti-racism slogan printed on a West Ham United player before a game in February. Photo: Reuters
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