I also faced racism in the UK, claims Goldsmith

Baaghi TV: British film producer Jemima Goldsmith says that when she moved from Pakistan to the UK, she, like other Pakistanis there, faced racism.

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Jemima Goldsmith, who is the former wife of serving Prime Minister Imran Khan, shared a link to a campaign by former Pakistani-born British cricketer Azeem Rafique on social networking site Twitter. In which the former cricketer said that he has launched a campaign against racism in cricket, where talented young players will be able to grow.

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“Let’s support those who have the courage to speak out about racism,” wrote Goldsmith, sharing a link to Azeem Rafiq’s interview on Twitter.

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She wrote that Azeem Rafiq hopes that his campaign will bring significant change in cricket for the youth. Referring to racism in her next tweet, Jemima Goldsmith said that when she moved to the UK with her Muslim children after living in Pakistan for ten years, she also faced racism.

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Goldsmith tweeted, “It was only after I lived in Pakistan & came back to the UK after 10 yrs, with my half Pakistani, Brit-ish, Muslim kids, that I noticed how casually & often the P word is used (“as a joke”)”

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The film producer and former wife of PM Khan added, “even, perplexingly, by people who themselves have likely faced prejudice.”

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