Kevin-Prince Boateng has been rewarded for his effort to push away racism from the social world.
The Ghanaian international has been an advocate to end the discrimination and prejudice of individuals especially footballers.
Boateng, during his time in Italy suffered several racial abuse which prompted his decision to fight against the bias act.
The 30-year-old has been honoured by a radio station in Germany for championing the course to end the negative perception about people.
“To be given this award means that people are taking note and that there are still a lot of people who care about this issue,” said Boateng, who joined Frankfurt in the summer.
“That’s really pleasing and I’m delighted to be getting through to more and more people and, with them, we are continuing the fight against racism.”
Liverpool and England U17 star Rhian Brewster recently suffered racial abuse by fans of Sparktak Moscow in the UEFA Youth Champions League.
Former Ghana international and AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari, Emmanuel Frimpong and John Paintsil have all suffered racial chants.