Well said Larry.Right on, TartanTim!
I'll see your Kevin Bridges (he's great, by the way) video and raise you one Big Yin video, Michael . . .
I've been thinking about this all day, ever since Lubo posted this, and I think it's important to bring this up. If you ever watch Ntcham, Elhamed, and Elyounoussi on the field before a game, they pray, eyes closed, heads bowed, hands facing up. To me, that speaks volumes on inclusion: Excellent Muslim players suiting up and playing for a club founded by a Marist brother.
Here in the "leftie" circles I occupy in the States, I hit the "privilige trifecta" -- I'm white, male, and straight -- and we feel, generally speaking, it's our duty to speak up for people who are "not as privileged" -- people of colour, of a different nationality, of a different sexuality, etc. A friend of mine in Southern California puts it this way: "Are you going to use your privilege for good, or for awesome?" And it remains that if someone harasses other because of any of those reasons (colour, nationality, sexuality), you should stand up for them.
You did good, Lubo and TartanTim -- I don't think that can be emphasized enough -- and it goes without saying that this included standing up for those who are victims of sectarianism as well.
I'll get off the soapbox now . . . .