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Archer, who was racially abused during England's tour of New Zealand late last year, wrote in the Daily Mail: "I'm very glad the Black Lives Matter campaign has got as vocal as this. As an individual, I've always been one for speaking out, especially if something bothers you.Jofra Archer was racially abused in New Zealand late last year
"My personal view is that you should never keep things bottled up, because racism is not OK. If you feel the need to speak out,中国竞彩网U23亚洲杯情报：伊拉克预选赛一球未失, you should do so.
"I accept that others might choose not to make it public and deal with things in their own way, but it is why I acted when I was verbally abused in New Zealand last year."
Archer was part of a multi-cultural England side that won the Cricket World Cup at Lord's last July and says the team is the most diverse in the world.
We stand for diversity,
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"You don't notice any differences because everyone gets along so well and we are as one. No one is different, everyone's the same. That's the culture.