Aberystwyth community in UK stands up to racism to support English football players who were racially abused at EURO 2020

Over 20 people united in Aberystwyth, UK on Wednesday, July 14 at 7 p.mm to stand up against racism and show solidarity against the racial abuse English soccer players suffered during EURO 2020. The filmer said: "We as a community do not stand for any racism at all. We bent the knee to show that Black lives matter and say no to racism. Alun Williams, the mayor of Aberystwyth, said a speech, as did Ed James and Rhodri Francis, who coordinated this event. Rose Voon, the photographer, also made a statement and said that “we all bleed the same blood, and let’s be kind to everyone.”

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