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The UK’s leading anti-racism education charity, Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC), will be hosting its seventh annual Wear Red Day on Friday 22 October.

SRtRC focuses on providing education resources and Wear Red Day aims to unite the country in taking positive action; inviting schools, business and individuals to donate and wear red for the day. Both helping to display unity against discrimination and helping to fund anti-racism education for young people and adults.

In solidarity, Heathrow will light up its internal passenger journey areas in red and throughout the airport colleagues are invited to wear red, as well as attend an educational workshop hosted by the charity. 

Show Racism the Red Card

We would welcome all passengers travelling on Wear Red Day to get involved and members of the public will see Wear Red Day promoted across the airport’s digital displays and can follow the day’s highlights using the hashtag #HeathrowWRD21 on social media.

Tosca Fairchild, Chair of SRtRC: "As Chair of Show Racism the Red Card, I am delighted that Heathrow Airport continues to recognise that there is still so much work needed within organisations to address racial discrimination and takes all efforts to raise awareness on anti-racism with their staff and passengers.  Because of the nature of their business, Heathrow Airport is in a unique position to drive and highlight that racism has no place in our society.

Racism has no place in an organisation that employs a huge number of diverse staff and caters for millions of passengers from different ethnic backgrounds. Heathrow’s participation in Wear Red Day continues to give me hope that there are organisations very committed to changing the world so that everyone’s ‘normal’ is the same, irrespective of skin colour. I commend Heathrow for continuing to show racism the red card.”