Twitter agrees to discussions with UK anti-discrimination nonprofit after footballer receives abuse

Twitter agrees to discussions with UK anti-discrimination nonprofit after footballer receives abuse. UK charity Kick It Out, reached out to Twitter after a player for English football club Chelsea received “rampant online racist abuse” for missing a penalty kick. The black player, 21-year-old Tammy Abraham, was supported by fellow players, team management, While Twitter highlighted its recent “health update” which outlines “significant progress” on hateful conduct on the platform. It also agreed to meet with Kick It Out to address this incident and discuss broader racism connected to football on the platform. Aljazeera