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.
"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.
Lumumba said it's “strange” management still hasn't acknowledged harm caused by racism at the Magpies.
The controversial segment with Waleed Aly and Peter Helliar dismissed Lumumba’s account of racism at Collingwood Football Club.
The Project has ignored a resurfaced 2017 interview in which it dismissed Lumumba's account of racism at Collingwood.
Viewers left “disgusted” after viral Twitter thread exposed Waleed Aly and Peter Helliar “dismissing” Lumumba’s experience of racism at Collingwood.