Catch up with all of the shows so far in Sky Sports News' Tackling Racism series...
Wilfried Zaha says he is subjected to racist abuse in "nearly every game" he plays in.
The Premier League has said it would welcome the opportunity to speak to Raheem Sterling and other players about developing ideas to combat racism.
Some football fans do not realise certain chants are antisemitic and the offence they cause to the Jewish community, according to filmmaker Ivor Baddiel.
The latest installment of our Tackling Racism series focuses on the rise of antisemitism in football and whether it is acceptable to use the 'Y' word.
Football teams including Chelsea and Montenegro should be banned from competitions over racist abuse, says Les Ferdinand.
Danny Rose has yet to speak to his Tottenham team-mates about suffering racist abuse, according to Heung-Min Son.
FC Wymeswold striker Linford Harris, who was racially abused in a County Cup final on Wednesday, says he is going to give up playing lower-league football.
Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has called for FIFA and UEFA to take a stronger stance against racism.
Romelu Lukaku says England's players should have walked off the field against Montenegro "to make a statement" against racism.
Discrimination is a growing problem in society but can be combatted by the "power of football", according to Dr Rimla Akhtar.
Reports of discrimination in grassroots football are on the rise, with religious-based incidents up around 1672 per cent since 2014, according to figures from the FA.
YouTuber Manny Brown says racism is a problem in grassroots football and believes he has found himself on the substitutes' bench because he is black.
As part of our Tackling Racism series, Sky Sports News visit Brighton, who are bucking the trend by giving BAME coaches at all levels a chance to flourish.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton has called on football's decision-makers to ensure another generation of talented BAME coaches is not lost to the game.
John Fashanu has described the lack of an openly gay footballer in the Premier League as a situation which "defies logic."
Criticism aimed at Raheem Sterling has "an undertone of racism", according to Ledley King, who says the Man City forward has been "made a scapegoat".
BAME sports journalists need a clear pathway into the media industry, says Daily Mail football writer Sami Mokbel.
Organisational psychologist John Amaechi believes something "more revolutionary" is needed to improve inclusion in sports media.
Sol Campbell has called for a culture change within the media, some of whom he feels still judge him on how he was as a player, rather than as a manager.
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