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RACIAL EQUITY : Emy Onuora, Shaka Hislop

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In this episode of the “90 Minutes with Neville Southall” podcast Neville discusses racial equity in sport and in society as a whole. From racism in football to the killing of George Floyd and the ongoing reckoning around race, Neville’s guests tackle a wide range of topics, share their experiences, and provide insight into the issue of racial equity.

Neville speaks to Emy Onuora, Race Equality Project Manager at Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, author of “Pitch Black: The History of Black British Footballers” and co-author of “Great War to Race Riots,” about the experiences of black players in football and the struggle to deliver racial equity.

Neville also speaks to ESPN analyst, commentator, and former footballer Shaka Hislop, who played over 200 Premier League games for Newcastle, West Ham, and Portsmouth and represented Trinidad and Tobago in their World Cup debut in 2006. Shaka, who also played in Major League Soccer with FC Dallas, recounts his experiences on and off the pitch on both sides of the Atlantic and his work as the honorary president of the anti-racism charity Show Racism the Red Card.

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