first_imgStoke City Women’s coach Alena Moulton says constant education about black history must continue beyond the annual month of celebration held in the United Kingdom during October.UK Black History Month drew to a close last weekend, but Moulton, who is of Jamaican descent, would like to see a more regular focus on black culture and the black experience.- Advertisement – Ebony Rainford-Brent and Imani Lansiquot Head coach Lloyd Pierce of the Atlanta Hawks reacts after a play against the Washington Wizards during the first half at Capital One Arena on January 2, 2019 in Washington,– Advertisement – – Advertisement – “I experienced it when I was younger and I was just somebody who brushed things to one side and didn’t really care, but did it affect me?“Not at the time, I’d probably say no but now I probably look back and think those things are part of my journey.“It’s difficult to pinpoint the one particular thing that’s an issue [with subtle racism]. If someone makes a racial comment to you, you know exactly what it is, there is no grey area about it, but with subtle racism, not everybody understands the context behind it. I have probably experienced more of that’s a coach than as a player.”Black History Month 2020 revisitedLook back at a sample of our features, news stories and video content from our Sky Sports News and our Sky Sports platforms. Check out some of our 2020 Black History Month content here Sport inspires unity, says Ebony Rainford-Brent who opens up to Imani Lansiquot on fighting for diversity and equality “Black History is me. That’s my life. Every day I’m black,” Moulton told the Women’s Football Show.“We’ve just got to keep having those conversations. I’m having those conversations and I’m educating as well, I work in a school, and fortunately I work in an extremely diverse multicultural school.“And it’s brilliant to be able to educate as many different students as possible and have those conversations with them.”center_img 2:09 Derby-born Moulton stepped up from her role as first-team coach to take charge at Stoke having previously coached Nottingham Forest Ladies.She has been coaching since she was a teenager but there have been uncomfortable moments during her career on the touchline. Subtle racism is something the 29-year-old says she has had to deal with, particularly as a coach.“I’ve experienced racism, I’ve experienced subtle racism and the micro-aggressions that come with it. Education about the history of the black experience must be more truthful and not restricted to just one month in a year, Atlanta Hawks head coach Lloyd Pierce tells Sky Sports News 1:05 – Advertisement –last_img read more

first_imgStay on target Still playing Red Dead Redemption 2? New games are probably the furthest thing from your mind. However, as gripping as Rockstar’s cowboy simulator is, you may want to put it down momentarily and give some of November’s new games a shot.Like October, November sees its fair share of big releases. There’s something for every type of player, too. If you’re looking for an FPS, stealth, survival, or action-adventure fix, this month has you covered. If you need a break from Red Dead 2, you can’t go wrong with many of the titles dropping this month.Battlefield VPlatforms: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox OneRelease date: November 20With the buzz surrounding Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 fading, it’s time for that other big First Person Shooter to have its time in the sun. After a minor delay, Battlefield V is finally releasing this month. Players can expect series staples like tight shooting mechanics, destructible environments, and loads of vehicles to operate. Though battle royale won’t be present at launch, players will get a variety of engaging multiplayer modes such as Grand Operations. The game will also have a compelling narrative in the form of War Stories. These character-driven vignites spotlight lesser-known conflicts of World War II. Battlefield V looks to be the most well-rounded entry in the storied franchise.Pre-order Battlefield V on AmazonFallout 76Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox OneRelease date: November 14The multiplayer-focused Fallout 76 is one of the more interesting releases of the month. Fallout games usually center on a lone wandering trying to survive the post-apocalyptic wasteland. With the introduction of multiplayer, this sense of isolation will no doubt disappear. However, it does give Bethesda the chance to try something new with the popular series. Personally, I’m interested to see all of the bugs present in the game. Given the number of glitches found in a single player Fallout, a multiplayer-based title should contain a veritable gold mine of hilarious glitches.Pre-order Fallout 76 on AmazonHitman 2Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox OneRelease date: November 13Those in need of a stealth game fix need look no further than Hitman 2. As I wrote in my hands-on preview, the sheer amount of ways to take out targets is astounding. This of course gives the game an insane amount of replayability. The other great thing about this title is that it it not episodic, meaning you won’t have to wait months for a new chapter. I’m looking forward to not only playing Hitman 2, but seeing the various ways other players complete missions. Like Fallout 76, this game will be fun to watch on Twitch.Pre-order Hitman 2 on AmazonPokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu! and Let’s Go Eevee!Platform: Nintendo SwitchRelease date: November 16The Switch is finally getting proper a Pokémon game in the form of Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu! and Let’s Go Eevee!. While this is technically a remake of Pokémon Yellow, it is different enough to be its own experience. If you’re not familiar with the Pokémon video game franchise or want something to tide you over until the release of the main Pokémon game releasing next year(?), this title is for you. As a person who has never played a Pokémon title myself, I may give this to a try to see what all the fuss is about.Pre-order Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu! and Let’s Go Eevee! on AmazonSpyro Reignited TrilogyPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox OneRelease date: November 13After suffering a last-minute delay in September, the Spyro Reignited Trilogy is finally releasing this month. As you may have guessed, this collection features remade versions of the first three Spyro the Dragon titles. While the games now have fancy new graphics, music, and voice work, they retain the same level designs and missions. Considering how Crash Bandicoot made a successful return with a similar collection, this Spyro anthology should do equally well among gamers who grew up playing these titles.Pre-order Spyro Reignited Trilogy on AmazonOverkill’s The Walking DeadPlatform: PCRelease date: November 6Those who miss the Left 4 Dead series may want to check out Overkill’s The Walking Dead. Like Valve’s infamous zombie-killing franchise, this game is all about teamwork and cooperation. If you try to go out on your own, you’re going to suffer a quick and brutal death. In addition to zombies, players must also fight other humans for resources. If the full game is anything like the demo I played during E3, this will be one of the year’s most tense shooters. At least it’ll be more fun than watching The Walking Dead TV series.Buy Overkill’s The Walking Dead on AmazonDarksiders IIIPlatforms: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox OneRelease date: November 27Darksiders was one of last generation’s most pleasant surprises so it’s great to see the franchise receive a third installment. This time, we get to play as Fury, who is one of the horsemen of the apocalypse. Players can expect the same Zelda-like gameplay and Joe Madureira artwork the franchise is known for. I’m a fan of these games so I hope Darksiders III pushes the series into the spotlight.Pre-order Darksiders III on AmazonThe Quiet ManPlatform: PC, PlayStation 4Release date: November 1One of November’s most unique games is Square-Enix’s The Quiet Man. This indie-minded title stars a deaf protagonist. As you can imagine, this opens up new and intriguing gameplay possibilities. At three hours in length, the game is long enough to provide a rewarding experience without overstaying its welcome. Fans of Square-Enix’s equally indie-minded Life is Strange series should definitely give The Quiet Man a shot.Buy The Quiet Man on AmazonA Whole Bunch of Nintendo Switch PortsThe Nintendo Switch is no stranger to ports of older games. In November, the portable console is getting a slew of different titles users can take on the go. These include current-gen games like Diablo III: Eternal Collection, Warframe, Civilization VI, and World of Final Fantasy Maxima. Titles like SNK 40th Anniversary Collection and Katamari Damacy Reroll provide the system with some classics to chew on. With so many titles, the days when The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was the only game worth owning on Switch are certainly a thing of the past. These titles will also do a great job of keeping users busy until Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases next month.More on Geek.com:11 Games to Play When You’re Finished With ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’108 More Characters We Want Confirmed for ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’Watch: ‘Assassin’s Creed II’ Is a Game You Need to Play Before You Die Trade In Your Nintendo Switch For a Better Battery (With a Catch)Get Used to ‘Fortnite’s’ Powerful Mech Suits last_img read more