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I. Some people in the world have been abused by racism in many different ways. You could have been denied a job because of your race, been made fun of because of the color of you skin, or even lost someone important to you because of the color that they were. Racism in soccer has been around since soccer was first created in 1863. Hook to catch the reader's attention. A “hook” is just that: Something interesting to catch the reader’s attention.
II. Many people think to themselves, “What can be done to stop racism in world soccer?” I have also asked myself that same question and could not exactly come up with an answer, so I decided doing some research on what has been done to get rid of racism in soccer. A question you’ve asked. This should be the question you posted in the Blackboard discussion. If you posted more than one question, pick the question in which you have the most interest to start with. You might use your other questions for the Exploratory Essay, only if they make sense in context. You won’t know this until you start writing.
III. The FIFA Council has handed down many sanctions and rules to stop racism in soccer, but nothing exactly has worked. The sanctions differ from fines, suspensions, and playing games in empty stadiums. But none of those really end up stopping racism. Answer to first question.
Paragraph One:. During my research, I learned that racism really was not a big issues until the twentieth century. (ESPN 1) The first issue that really sparked the “Give Racism A Red Card” was when Kevin-Prince Boateng walked of the soccer pitch during a game in Italy in early 2013. A response to first question, and give the MLA style a try. You won’t be penalized if it’s wrong.
a. During the game in Italy every time that Kevin-Prince Boateng touched the ball the fans of the home team would make monkey noises...
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