LeBron James: Racism is hidden but alive
NBA superstar LeBron James says racism may appear hidden, but it is alive every single day in the US, and across the world.
The n-word was spray painted on to his Los Angeles home earlier this week.
Speaking at a San Francisco press conference ahead of a game, he also referenced Emmett Till, an African-American boy who was lynched in Mississippi in 1955. He said his mother decided to hold an open-casket funeral to show the world the hate he had suffered.
01 Jun 2017
- From the section US & Canada