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FIFA’s talk on inclusivity at the World Cup differ from its actions

FIFA Inclusivity World Cup

Over the past two years, the western world pushed inclusivity and sensitivity to the various struggles of groups in society. Simply put, this is a sensible push considering the decades of stereotypes, misunderstandings and violence towards these groups.

Many big-name brands have jumped on board to support, among many things, people of color and the LGBTQ+ community. It didn’t just stop at brands. Artists, athletes, sports leagues and more decided to throw their support behind the cause. For what it is worth, FIFA is no different.

FIFA started using slogans like “Say No To Racism” and “Stop racism, stop violence”. FIFA displayed these banners on advertising boards around pitches in countries allowing them. Plus, FIFA encouraged entire teams to kneel before kickoff in conjunction with the voices against racism. Then, international matches and the Premier League featured…

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