Darren Sammy Urges Cricket Boards To Fight Against Racism

The death of 46-year-old African-American, George Floyd has led to a global outcry and the world is witnessing rigorous protests.

West Indies World Cup-winning former captain Darren Sammy took to social media to raise his voice against the racism and urged the International Cricket Council (ICC) and other cricket boards across the globe to support the fight against racism.

In a series of social media posts, World Cup-winning captain wrote about the sufferings of blacks across the world.

"Right now if the cricket world not standing against the injustice against people of color after seeing that last video of that foot down the next of my brother you are also part of the problem," Sammy wrote.

Sammy said this is not only about America. This happens every day. ". @ICC and all the other boards are you guys not seeing what's happening to ppl like me? Are you not gonna speak against the social injustice against my kind. This is not only about America. This happens everyday #BlackLivesMatter now is not the time to be silent. I wanna hear u," he wrote.

"For too long black people have suffered. I'm all the way in St Lucia and I'm frustrated If you see me as a teammate then you see #GeorgeFloyd Can you be part of the change by showing your support. #BlackLivesMatter," he added.
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