The mural was unveiled Wednesday on a wall outside of the West Stand at Stamford Bridge and is part of Chelsea’s Say No to Antisemitism campaign
The latest initiative from club owner Roman Abramovich to combat antisemitism is a donation to the Imperial War Museum in London for a new Holocaust Gallery.
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During this stroll, the Chelsea Women experienced the cultural history firsthand, taking time to stop and speak to many locals to get a feel for their day-to-day lives.
Full house in Petah Tikva treated to entertaining women’s friendly to culminate peace-initiative visit.
While in Israel, the Chelsea Foundation will be working with a number of charities promoting women’s sports and supporting girls’ grassroots soccer.
In November 2017, Buck said, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich called a meeting of Chelsea directors to discuss the reemergence of anti-Semitism across Europe and to initiate solutions that the club could implement.
The impetus for the match was last October’s massacre at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.
"We're addressing it and fighting it every step of the way, it's a constant process. But events like this teach our children how to be advocates for each other," Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer said.