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Donal Óg Cusack features in bid to tackle homophobia in British schools

WATCH: Cork hurling goalkeeper talks about his experience of coming out in new video to be shown to teenagers in Britain.

CORK HURLER DONAL Óg Cusack stars in a new anti-homophobia campaign in British schools.

The Cloyne goalkeeper talks about his experience of coming out in an interview produced by Show Racism the Red Card.

The organisation ‘harnesses the profile and role model status of top sports stars to convey an anti-racism  message’.  They’ve now applied that model to producing an education resource on homophobia.

Watch what Cusack has to say below:

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