Below are the best videos we could find on Athlete Well-Being and social justice.
Since she first beat her childhood idol Serena Williams, being in the spotlight thrust her into depression. She just quit the French Open citing concerns over her mental health. This is the story of Naomi Osaka.
The Human Rights Campaign announced it’s filing a lawsuit challenging Florida’s new law that bans transgender people from competing in women’s sports at public high schools and colleges.
Growing up, Elladj Balde said “a lot of athletes and artists ... looked like me, but they were not within the figure skating realm.” He is now pursuing his passion to help create a culture of athletic artistry and non-bias.
Join us as we host a conversation about race, police violence, leadership, and progress from prominent black athletes in Major League Baseball.
Billie Jean King—longtime champion for social justice, former No.
On September 25, 2018, Billie Jean King was interviewed by David M. Rubenstein and awarded the National Museum of American History’s Great Americans medal.
Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar embarked on a cross-country tour in 2018 with sports broadcaster Roy Firestone as part of a stage show in which he talked about key mentors in his life.
Syracuse University’s Newhouse Sports Media Center hosted a daylong symposium examining current issues in sports and sports media on Wednesday, Feb. 25. “Sports Matters,” three panel discussions.
NBA Hall of Famer and “Becoming Kareem” author Kareem Abdul-Jabbar compares Colin Kaepernick’s protest to his own travails as a socially engaged athlete.
A real educational and heart felt talk between two deep thinkers.
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