Prince William joins boycott social networking (what the Duke of Cambridge said) – Prensa Libre

Prince William, second after Queen Elizabeth II and Honorary President of the English Football Association, has announced that he will join “the entire football community”. (Free press photo: Instagram @ kensingtonroyal)


As President of the Football Association (English Football AssociationJoin the entire football community at Boycott social media this weekendTweet a file Duke of Cambridge38, at that time, began a three-day boycott at 1400 GMT, scheduled until 22.59 GMT on Monday, which is a holiday in the United Kingdom.

English football clubs announced last Saturday a A total blackout on social media This weekend as a protest Against racist insults Among them are the football players targeted on these platforms.

This action occurs “In response to the ongoing discriminatory violations against players on the Internet and the many people associated with footballEnglish football officials indicated in a joint statement.

A number of black players wearing rubber bands for Manchester United, such as Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford, as well as Chelsea player Reese James, have been subjected to insults and attacks on social media since the start of the year.

On February 11th, in an open letter to Twitter leader Jack Dorsey and Facebook leader Mark Zuckerberg, responsible for English football They called for measures to be taken “for reasons of simple human decency.”

Racism is a particularly sensitive issue at the moment in the British royal family after William’s younger brother, Enrique, 36, and his wife Megan Markle, claimed that one of them – unknown – expressed concern about the skin tone of her future children, since the American actress. Mestizo.

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