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Wear Red Day 22 - Showing racism the red card
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21 October 2022

Accord supports Wear Red Day 2022

Show racism the red card #WRD22
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Accord supports action against racism

Today is Show Racism the Red Card’s annual Wear Red Day.

Ged signing the TU anti-racism manifesto

Wear Red Day is a National Day of Action to encourage businesses, schools and individuals to wear red and to show their support for anti-racism and raise valuable funds for the charity. In 2021, the 25th anniversary of the campaign, an incredible 250,000 individuals took part in the day of action.

Accord is calling on our members to show their support for the campaign and help challenge racism in society.

You can also make donations to the charity to show your support. Any donations you make to the campaign help facilitate the delivery of anti-racism education throughout the UK.

There are a number of ways you can get involved…

Let’s show the nation that we are here and that we are united.

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Ged signing the TU anti-racism manifesto

On Tuesday 18th October, Accord's Ged Nichols signed a manifesto at TUC Congress, joining other Trade Unions from across the country to unite against racism and commit to being an anti-racist movement.

Find out more about the Trade Union Anti-Racism manifesto, and the actions that Trade Unions are taking to tackle racism in the movement.

In 2021, members of the Accord team, Principal Executive Council, and our Equality Diversity & Inclusion group pledged their support for Wear Red Day. You can watch the short video showing our support online.

For more details about Wear Red Day, visit: www.theredcard.org/wear-red-day


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