Seminar on "The Role of Sports in Combating Racism and Antisemitism"
MONDAY, JULY 12 | 7:30 PM EDST
Join us for the second session of our series on “The Role of Sports...” with a focus on the history of racism and antisemitism in Major League Baseball (MLB). What are the implications of the recent MLB decision to open up its record books, incorporate statistics from the Negro Leagues, and take steps to overcome a history of racism impacting African-American players?
Join the discussion with:
Vida Blue -
Retired pitcher, three World Series Championships with Oakland A's, American League Cy Young Award and MVP.
Daniel Pasternack -
Obsessive Baseball Historian, teacher, and coach who is dedicated to bringing the joys of baseball to kids in the inner cities.
Ulice Payne -
Former CEO and President of the Milwaukee Brewers, first African American to head a MLB franchise, lawyer, and businessman.
David Dix (Moderator) -
Co-Founder of Luminous Strategies, government relations consultant, and
guest commentator for 6ABC's Inside Story.
Please use this link to register - https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEtc-6hqj0rGNwt6QTFnxQa7jPXL3PAiuw1
Age Minimum (with Adult): 18+, Minimum Age:18+
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