• An Australian football club has issued a grovelling apology after its players dressed in blackface as Serena and Venus Williams

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    An Australian football club has issued a grovelling apology after three of its players were photographed in blackface.
    The athletes were dressed as tennis champions Serena Williams and Venus Williams and Kenyan-born football player Aliir Aliir.
    The incident follows the controversy surrounding Australian newspaper The Herald Sun's mean-spirited crusade against Serena Williams after the American's outburst at the 2018 US Open final.
    Three football players have been photographed dressed in blackface as tennis champions Serena Williams and Venus Williams.
    The athletes play for the Australian...
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  • Australian Football Club Apologizes After Players Wore Blackface While Dressing Up as Venus and Serena Williams

    Australian Football Club Apologizes After Players Wore Blackface While Dressing Up as Venus and Serena Williams

    1 month ago - By Time

    WARNING: THE PHOTO BELOW CONTAINS OFFENSIVE MATERIAL
    An Australian football club has apologized after a number of its players wore blackface while dressed up as Venus and Serena Williams in celebration of the end of the footballers' season.
    One member of the Australian Penguin Football Club, which is located in Tasmania, posted a photograph on a public Facebook causing outrage.
    In the photo, which has since been removed from social media, players Mitch Stanley and Matt Chamberlain can be seen wearing tennis skirts and black wigs in addition to the black body paint plastered not only on...
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