• Alessandro Carrara

Students wear red for annual anti-racism sport campaign


Clear message: Students at ACS International School supporting Show Racism The Red Card. Picture: ACS International School Hillingdon

STUDENTS from Hillingdon raised awareness of the importance of anti-racism after they took part in the annual Wear Red Day on October 22.

The event, which was organised by anti-racism educational charity, Show Racism the Red Card, saw students and staff from ACS International School Hillingdon wearing red and writing messages on red cards to be displayed outside of the school canteen.

According to the school, Lower School students wrote about how they will “help to create a more welcoming, accepting, and kinder world for all”.

They added that Upper School students described how they will “stand up to racism now and in the future”.

Show Racism the Red Card is an anti-racism educational charity, which was established in January 1996.

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