West Indies cricketing legend Michael Holding got emotional while discussing the racial discrimination faced by his parent.
The cricketer-turned-commentator, while speaking with Sky News, couldn’t hold back his tears as he recalled the racial discrimination his parents endured.
“Even if it’s a baby step at a time. Even a snail’s pace. But I’m hoping it will continue in the right direction. Even at a snail’s pace, I don’t care”— SkyNews (@SkyNews) July 9, 2020
Michael Holding fights back tears as he recalls the prejudice faced by his parents.https://t.co/iOm40vn1kt pic.twitter.com/BhYXRbtyd1
England and West Indies players took a knee against racism before the start of Southampton Test in support of the global campaign against racial injustice.