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Racist abuse: footballers should boycott social media, says Phil Neville

BBC News Tuesday, 20 August 2019
England women's manager Phil Neville said footballers should "boycott" social media to send a "powerful message" that abuse is not acceptable.
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A state worker who also heads a local NAACP chapter has been fired from his state job over several anti-Semitic and racist social media posts. Katie Johnston reports.

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