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Collingwood Football Club

Carlton player Eddie Betts speaks of how racism "hurts" him and his family in the 'Making Their Mark' trailer.
Known for its campaigns with the likes of Colin Kaepernick, Nike may be “weighing up the value” of its Collingwood partnership.
The 2007 interview proves Collingwood was aware of Héritier Lumumba’s racist nickname, despite denials from Eddie McGuire and Nathan Buckley.
McGuire saying he's a 'lightning rod for vitriol' is a cop-out when his past actions and failure to apologise suggest otherwise.
“White victimhood" and "white tears", commentators weigh in after the Collingwood president's retirement speech.
"Eddie McGuire choking back tears as he finally experiences a consequence."
McGuire failed to apologise or acknowledge the role of former player Héritier Lumumba in prompting an investigation that found systemic racism at the Magpies.
"Staying silent doesn't fly," Rob McKnight told HuffPost Australia about offline Waleed Aly video, saying it suggests it's "hiding something".
First Nations and culturally diverse politicians, academics and activists demand action from the club and its corporate backers following a report that found systemic racism at the Magpies.
The Veteran sports reporter said the media “bought readily” in Collingwood’s campaign to disprove Heritier Lumumba’s account of racism at the Magpies.