The Bucks Free Press stands in solidarity with anyone who has been subject to abhorrent abuse on social media websites.

All too often, anonymity gives the ability for trolls to plague discourse across social media and post discriminatory and harmful messages without being held accountable for their actions.

Clubs across the country will be joined by a coalition of English football's largest governing bodies and organisations including the Football Association, Premier League and EFL in boycotting social media this weekend in a show of solidarity against racism.

Wycombe Wanderers will take part in the boycott

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The FA Women's Super League, FA Women's Championship, Professional Footballers' Association, League Managers Association, PGMOL, Kick It Out, Women in Football and the Football Supporters' Association will also suspend all use of their social media accounts from 3pm on Friday, April 30 until 11.59pm on Monday, May 3.

The BFP's sports team will also join the boycott this weekend.

Our Wycombe Wanderers FC reporter, James Richings, will not use his social media platform to report on this weekend's match between the Chairboys and AFC Bournemouth – a match that could see Gareth Ainsworth’s men confirm relegation to League One.

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Additionally, no content relating to the game will be published on the Bucks Free Press’ Twitter or Facebook account, but updates will be provided on the website.

Aylesbury United will also take part

More has to be done to combat ignorance, abuse, and dehumanising social media posts.

Ultimately, the power lies with the respective social media companies to do more to rightfully ensure that respect, equality, and diversity are upheld online and not allow such hateful and harmful messages to be posted unchecked.

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We're all human.

Black, white, brown – it doesn’t matter.

We are all one, and we need to start treating each other with respect.