The players of the West Indies team will hit the ground with the logo of ‘Black Lives Matter’ on their t-shirt. In order to show solidarity, West Indies players have decided to put this logo on their jerseys.
The players of the West Indies team will have a black Lives Matter logo on the jersey collar. It will be seen against England in the entire series. Its purpose is to make people aware of equality.
Captain Jason Holder of the West Indies team said while speaking to ESPN Cricinfo, “We believe that our duty is to show solidarity and help raise awareness.” The International Cricket Council (ICC) has given permission and 20 premier football clubs starting again this month have also used such logo on their shirts. It was designed by Alisha Hosna, partner of Captain Troy Denny of Waterford.
Holder said, “This is an important moment in history for the game, for the game of cricket and for the West Indies cricket team. We have come to England to retain the Wisden Trophy, but we are going to be held all over the world Very conscious of the events and the fight for justice and equality. ” The three-match Test series between hosts England and West Indies starts on 8 July. This will be the first international match after the second week of March.
He said, “As a group of young players, we know about the rich and varied history of West Indies cricket and we know that we are the guardians of great game for the coming generation. We have not taken our decision lightly Took. We know what people have to decide because of the color of our skin, so we know what it feels like, it’s beyond limits. There should be equality and there should be unity. “