Tuesday saw the England and Wales Cricket Board accused of "institutional racism" by former international umpire John Holder and aspiring official Ismail Dawood, who both feel non-white candidates have been unfairly prevented from becoming match officials.
Former England cricketer Monte Lynch reveals facing racial abuse from players, spectators during county career
Lynch thus becomes the latest player to talk about racial abuse in the game, weeks after Azeem Rafiq suggested Yorkshire, as a cricket club, was "institutionally racist".
'Harsh for him to say that': Jofra Archer responds to Michael Holding over latter's remark on players 'not taking a knee'
Barbados-born quick Archer told a conference call on Monday that the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) was taking the issue seriously.
Holding accused the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Australia captain Aaron Finch of making "lame" statements over ending the practice at a time when many other sports teams remain committed to it.
Rafiq who was born in Karachi and also captained the club, said he felt like an outsider and lost "faith in humanity" after the club turned a blind eye to his complaints of racist behaviour during his stint from 2016 to 2018.
Formula 1: Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says criticism unfair after social media charges of racism
Leclerc is one of six drivers who chose to stand and not take a knee during all four pre-race anti-racism demonstrations this season.
Ntini spoke about his experience in the wake of the 'Black Lives Matter' movement which gathered momentum following the death of African-American George Floyd.
Panesar said the racial profiling of the Black community has to end in his country and the authorities should prepare a five-year plan to eradicate the menace.
Ashwell Prince says South Africa's system broken, claims players faced racial abuse during 2005 Australia tour
The incident Prince referred to occurred during the first Test of the 2005-06 tour in Perth. Prince, former pacer Makhaya Ntini and Garnett Kruger were among the players of colour in that South African team.
WNBA players to spotlight Breonna Taylor on jerseys, don 'Black Lives Matter' warmup shirts throughout the season
WNBA is considering ways to recognise other women who have died because of alleged police brutality or racial violence — including Vanessa Guillen and Sandra Bland.
England announced their decision on Thursday, three days after the West Indies made its call to support racial equality and justice.
Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton says subtle criticism on racism not aimed at rivals, insists he was addressing motorsport industry
Hamilton, who starts his bid for a record equalling seventh title in the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday, has been vocal in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and racial equality.
'What is implied often cuts deepest': Former Australia skipper Ian Chappell recalls his brush with racism
Former Australian skipper Ian Chappell has recalled his brush with racism as he offered his views on the raging issue, talking about a time when he saw fellow players being abused and discriminated against but not without a note of protest from him.
'We know cricket is not immune from it': ECB says systematic racism still exists, committed to bring long-term changes
The England and Wales Cricket Board has admitted that systemic racism exists across the country and cricket is not immune to the scourge as it commits itself to bring changes amid the worldwide campaign against discrimination on the basis of skin colour.
Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger says “racism has won” and that he had been made a “scapegoat” after Tottenham Hotspur and London police said they found no evidence to back his allegation he was racially abused
President, Prime Minister of Portugal added their voices to a national outcry over racist abuse aimed at FC Porto's black striker Moussa Marega
Lazio were fined 20,000 euros and at least temporarily avoided a stadium closure on Wednesday after their fans targeted Brescia striker Mario Balotelli with racist chants.
Rayo Vallecano vs Albacete in Spanish second division abandoned after Roman Zozulya subjected to 'Nazi' taunts
Match between Rayo Vallecano and Albacete was abandoned at halftime after Albacete forward Roman Zozulya was subjected to offensive chanting from the home supporters, who accused him of being a Nazi.
Two supporters from the away end at Brighton were ejected and later arrested by the Sussex Police for homophobic abuse during 2-2 draw against Wolves
Greater Manchester Police said a 41-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order offense and he remains in custody for questioning