Global  

Darren Randolph: The anti-racism message still hasn’t sunk in

Video Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO - Duration: 00:36s - Published
Darren Randolph: The anti-racism message still hasn’t sunk in

Darren Randolph: The anti-racism message still hasn’t sunk in

Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph has backed athletes throwingtheir weight behind the Black Lives Matter campaign.

NBA play-off fixtures inthe United States were postponed last week as players protested following thepolice shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin – with other north American sportssoon following their lead.

It came months after the killing of George Floyd inAmerica which led to widespread protests that included Premier Leaguefootballers.

Randolph, whose American father Ed initially left the country toplay basketball in Northern Ireland, said: “It’s a situation that is obviouslynot going to go away anytime soon.

“When the whole George Floyd incidenthappened, there have been several incidents afterwards, so therefore themessage still hasn’t sunk in.

People haven’t been educated on it properly."


You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Darren Randolph Darren Randolph Irish association football player


Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland Country in Europe on the island of Ireland

Ireland's concerns over potential collapse of Brexit talks [Video]

Ireland's concerns over potential collapse of Brexit talks

On the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, residents worry that customs on trade may again become a flashpoint for conflict.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:27Published
Irish Government announces blueprint for living with Covid-19 [Video]

Irish Government announces blueprint for living with Covid-19

The Irish Government has unveiled its blueprint for living with Covid-19. TheCabinet signed off on the medium-term plan for living with coronavirus, whichincludes different levels of restrictions, ranging from one to five. Tighterrestrictions have also been announced for Dublin, which has seen a continuousrise of Covid-19 cases in recent weeks.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:25Published
Brexit trade deal: British are 'creating chaos deliberately' says Irish foreign minister [Video]

Brexit trade deal: British are 'creating chaos deliberately' says Irish foreign minister

Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney did not mince his words when questioned by Euronews' Shona Murray on the latest Brexit furore. View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 01:13Published
Irish PM criticises UK plans to change Brexit deal [Video]

Irish PM criticises UK plans to change Brexit deal

Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin said on Wednesday "trust had been eroded"with Britain in Brexit negotiations after the British government announced itwas putting forward legislation that it admitted breaks international law byoverriding parts of the legally binding withdrawal agreement. Prospects of atrade deal between Britain and the European Union appeared to dim onWednesday, with the EU saying that even the smallest UK breach of the Brexitwithdrawal treaty would undermine what little trust is left between the twosides.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:04Published

Black Lives Matter Black Lives Matter Social movement originating in the United States

John Mellencamp supported BLM during FarmAid performance. Some viewers weren't happy

Some online were mad about John Mellencamp's BLM support during FarmAid. They seem to have forgotten it started as a political movement 35 years ago.

USATODAY.com

Man Spent Donations to Black Lives Matter on Himself, Prosecutors Say

“There is no cause, no tragedy, and no event that fraudsters won’t seek to exploit,” prosecutors said in accusing a man of diverting funds from a group he..
NYTimes.com

Black Lives Matter activist accused of spending donated money for personal use

A US activist is accused of spending for personal use some $305,000 in donations to what was represented as a Black Lives Matter charity.The Federal Bureau of..
New Zealand Herald

The election scenario that should terrify everyone -- especially Black America

(CNN)As Election Day draws closer, commentators are issuing apocalyptic warnings about potential coups, street violence and President Trump not conceding if he..
WorldNews

Donald Trump launches blistering attack on the Black Lives Matter movement

Donald Trump launched a blistering attack on the Black Lives Matter movement as he courted African American voters in Atlanta. “It is...
WorldNews

National Basketball Association North American professional sports league

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban helping troubled former NBA player Delonte West

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is trying to help former NBA player Delonte West through his mental health struggles.

USATODAY.com

Mark Cuban Picks Delonte West Up At Gas Station, Family Hoping For Rehab

Mark Cuban is personally helping Delonte West get back on his feet ... with the Dallas Mavericks owner picking up the ex-NBA star at a gas station in Texas. As..
TMZ.com

Doc Rivers Out As Clippers Head Coach After Disappointing Season

Doc Rivers is officially OUT as Los Angeles Clippers head coach ... after a quick exit from the NBA Playoffs. 58-year-old Rivers has coached the Clips since 2013..
TMZ.com

LeBron uses star power to address voting rights

Cleveland—New Cleveland resident Steven Catudal was eager to register to vote in his adopted state of Ohio. He found an unlikely ally to thank for smoothing..
WorldNews

NBA's Malik Beasley Arrested for Narcotics Possession and Stolen Gun

Plymouth Public Safety Department tells TMZ ... Beasley approached a vehicle that had stopped in front of his house Saturday and allegedly pointed a gun at them..
TMZ.com

Wisconsin Wisconsin State in the upper Midwest region of the United States

Wisconsin conservatives ask judge to block governor's mask order

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, a conservative law firm, is challenging Governor Tony Evers' emergency declarations.
CBS News

Coronavirus cases spike in 29 states as flu season approaches

The number of new coronavirus cases is on the rise in many states, including one of the country's original epicenters, New York. At least 29 states have seen an..
CBS News

Majority of Michigan, Wisconsin voters think RBG Supreme Court seat should not be filled before election

The poll found Democratic nominee Biden leading Trump among likely voters 52%-44% in Michigan, and 54%-44% in Wisconsin.

USATODAY.com

'I beat the socialist.' Biden tacks to the center in fight with Trump over Rust Belt moderates

Biden is emphasizing centrism to try court swing voters who favored Trump in 2016 in the crucial states of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

USATODAY.com

Coronavirus updates: Trump team attacks NC absentee ballot rules; Wisconsin sees alarming boom in cases

New cases are booming in Wisconsin and other northern states. The GOP is challenging North Carolina's effort to ease voting rules. Latest COVID news.

USATODAY.com

Killing of George Floyd Killing of George Floyd May 2020 police killing of an unarmed man

Crump decries claim that Floyd died of drug overdose [Video]

Crump decries claim that Floyd died of drug overdose

Benjamin Crump, the lawyer representing George Floyd's family, pushed back against the assertion made by police officers' defense attorneys in court filings that Floyd, who had fentanyl in his system, died of an overdose. "People tried to kill George Floyd a second time," Crump said after the hearing.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:31Published
George Floyd's Killer Wants Charges Against Him Dropped [Video]

George Floyd's Killer Wants Charges Against Him Dropped

The former Minneapolis police officer who stood with his foot on the neck of George Floyd has asked a judge to dismiss murder charges against him. Floyd died on May 25 after Derek Chauvin knelt on Floyd's neck for almost eight minutes, in the presence of three other officers. All have been fired. Chauvin's attorney said Friday there is no probable cause to support charges of second and third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:35Published
Million Person March protest against systemic racism [Video]

Million Person March protest against systemic racism

Interview with Anthony Spencer a protest organiser as demonstrators gather atNotting Hill gate for the 'Million People March' against systemic racism,before marching to Hyde Park. The purpose of the march is to call for an endof racial discrimination against ethnic minorities in the UK and elsewhere,inspired by the historic action taking in the USA in 1995. The march is madeall the more poignant following a series of Black Lives Matter protestsworldwide in recent months, following the deaths of George Floyd and BellyMujinga, and the more recent shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, USA.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 02:03Published
Thousands march for racial equality in Washington [Video]

Thousands march for racial equality in Washington

Thousands of people took part in a march in Washington on Friday to denounce racism, on the anniversary of the march in 1963 where civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr made his historic "I Have a Dream" speech. This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 02:27Published

Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Part of the United Kingdom situated in the north-east of the island of Ireland, created 1921

No more former soldiers to be prosecuted over Bloody Sunday shootings [Video]

No more former soldiers to be prosecuted over Bloody Sunday shootings

No more former soldiers will be prosecuted over the killing of 13 civilians inLondonderry in 1972. Northern Ireland’s Public Prosecution Service announcedlast year that one veteran, known as Soldier F, would face charges.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 00:55Published
Northern Ireland to inject £29 million into 'cultural recovery' [Video]

Northern Ireland to inject £29 million into 'cultural recovery'

The Executive also disclosed new support for the beleaguered arts sector.Finance Minister Conor Murphy said: “I am pleased to announce £29 million forcultural recovery.” Theatres, music and other creative venues shut their doorsin March as the pandemic gathered speed and the ban on mass gatherings has hitthem hard.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 00:50Published

How to download the NHS COVID-19 app

More than six months after the UK was put into lockdown, the coronavirus pandemic shows no signs of abating. Alongside testing, a key method in slowing the..
WorldNews
Sturgeon: England’s restrictions ‘will not be sufficient’ [Video]

Sturgeon: England’s restrictions ‘will not be sufficient’

First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, has said England's new Covid-19 restrictions by Boris Johnson “will not be sufficient to bring the R-rate down.” Sturgeon added that she will likely be introducing restrictions on household gatherings, much like Northern Ireland. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

Credit: ODN    Duration: 01:57Published

Related news from verified sources

Don’t expect Republic of Ireland to play like Barcelona – Darren Randolph

Darren Randolph has warned people not to expect the Republic of Ireland to play like Barcelona as new...
Belfast Telegraph - Published


Tweets about this