Rangers captain James Tavernier called for "box ticking" to end following Wednesday's Scottish FA summit on diversity and inclusion.
Thierry Henry says he is quitting social media until online abuse is regulated "with the same vigour and ferocity" that copyright infringements are.
Players from Dundee United and Motherwell did not take a knee prior to their games on Saturday to protest against racism.
Sheffield United have praised Rhian Brewster for highlighting racist abuse on social media after the striker became the latest player to be targeted.
Bournemouth winger Arnaut Danjuma has been sent Islamophobic abuse on social media after confirming he will continue to take a knee at matches.
Derby assistant coach Liam Rosenior has challenged the Government to take action following recent racist abuse towards Rams forward Colin Kazim-Richards.
Lewis Hamilton has asked the question "what's next?" in the fight for equality into 2021 as "change is still needed".
Football needs to explore why black players are frustrated, says Darren Lewis who believes Wilfried Zaha has been misunderstood over taking a knee.
Bournemouth players will stop taking a knee before their games, as they believe the gesture has "run its course" in the fight against racism and discrimination.
QPR boss Mark Warburton says he understands the decision taken by Brentford players to no longer take a knee before games.
Anthony Watson has hit back at critics on social media objecting to England players taking a knee before last Saturday's Six Nations defeat by Scotland.
English football bodies have come together to send an open letter to Facebook and Twitter amid increased levels of abuse aimed at footballers on social media.
Sporting Equals have launched a panel to hold to account publicly funded sporting organisations over their Black Lives Matter-inspired pledges.
Racism in football is bigger problem than abusive messages seen on social media, says Facebook Content Policy Manager Fadzai Madzingira.