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Hamilton willing to join social media boycott during F1 Portuguese GP weekend

Last week, English football clubs and leagues announced they would be taking part in a social media blackout in a bid to raise awareness about racist abuse and discrimination online. Other sports organisations such as England’s cricket board and Premiership Rugby will also take part in the boycott. The social media blackout is set to take place from this Friday afternoon to Monday, May 3 at 23:59 BST. In recent years, Hamilton has been central to F1’s push for raising more awareness against racism and discrimination. Earlier today, Mercedes announced its new partnership with the Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers UK - established to promote engineering in schools and...
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