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Despite several recent on-field incidents, FIFA president Sepp Blatter dismissed the idea that racism is a serious problem in international soccer.
Scuffles between sports players rarely capture the attention of heads of state, but now, England’s recurring issue of racism among its soccer teams has caused its prime minister, David Cameron, to call for an official summit.
Recent cases of racist behavior in the workplace, in the marketplace and on the streets show that society has a long way to go before racial harmony is won.