Dominic Solanke says that everyone has a role to play in the fight against discrimination.
Last weekend and during the next round of fixtures, players at Premier League matches are resuming taking the knee ahead of kick-offs to show their unity against all forms of racism.
Premier League players are calling on fans to challenge and report discriminatory behaviour wherever they see it and Solanke says everyone has a responsibility to fight discrimination.
🗣 "The sooner it is gone, the better world it will be"@DomSolanke wants to see everybody around the world do everything they can to come together in the fight against racism@afcbournemouth | #NoRoomForRacism pic.twitter.com/WOAzwpp4kt— Premier League (@premierleague) October 10, 2022
"To still be having this stuff in this day and age is just crazy really," says the AFC Bournemouth forward. "The power that we have all over the world, on social media, everything.
"It's just important that everyone does their part to just get rid of it.
"The sooner it's gone the better world it'll be."
If you see discrimination, challenge it, report it, change it.
See: How to report racism
Part 1: Players, clubs and League show commitment to fight racism
Part 2: Ferdinand explains why players take the knee
Part 3: Ward-Prowse: Taking the knee sends powerful message
Part 4: Defoe and Crawford discuss how sport breaks barriers
Part 5: Bent: Taking the knee enables conversations on racism