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Pat Cummins said – Australian team is against racism. Earlier, the women’s team had formed a Barefoot Circle against New Zealand. – File Photo
Before the series against India, the Australian team will draw a barefoot circle i.e. barefoot circle to show support against racism and aboriginal culture. Aboriginal is native to Australia. Australian ODI and Test team vice-captain Pat Cummins announced this on Monday.
Against racism in personal life, not just sports
Cummins said, “We have decided that we will draw the Barefoot Circle before the series. We are against racism not just in sports but also in personal life. We can say that earlier we did not do enough work in this direction, but in the coming time we want to do this work. Cummins said that the most marginalized natives here in Australia are First Nation people.
First nation people marginalized in Australia
Cummins said, “The Barefoot Circle will give him a lot of courage and he will get a chance to be happy.” Our aim is to support them 100%, whether they support them by kneeling (by kneeling) or by making a barefoot circle. We will do whatever we can from our side. Cummins said that the whole team is currently firm on this decision.
Michael Holding criticized the Australian team
Earlier this year, in the limited overs series against England, the legendary West Indian cricketer Michael Holding criticized the Australian team. Holding criticized the Australian team for not supporting Nee Bend (kneeling) in support of Black Lives Matter.
Australia’s women cricketers were given the honor
At the same time, in September, Australia’s women’s cricket team supported Aboriginal Culture by creating a Barefoot Circle before the match against New Zealand in Brisbane. Last week, the Sheffield Shield teams also gathered together to form a Barefoot Circle. Whereas in the Women’s Big Bash League, women cricketers had their support in support of Black Lives Matter.