At Madison Square Garden, WNBA players and NYPD face off over racial justice The New York Liberty hosted a panel discussion on race and our collective role in confronting hate. AUG 21, 2017, 1:38 PM for ThinkProgress NEW YORK, NEW YORK — During this particular moment of heightened racial and political tension across the country, the … More New York Liberty partners with RISE for Town Hall on race and racism in America
The second episode of Beyond The Game aired on Tuesday night. Listen in as a I chat with Katy Lasdow (Brooklyn Historical Society) and Daniel Yanofsky (Double G Sports) about the legacy of Jackie Robinson. LISTEN HERE Daniel and I also discuss the legacy of Jackie Robinson in the wake of Adam Jones’ comments about … More Beyond The Game Podcast: “Until Everyone Has It Made: Jackie Robinson’s Legacy”
A look at the unwavering unity of the national team and what it could mean for the game As a community organizer, I was extremely interested in the tactics the women’s national hockey team utilized en route to a four-year deal with USA Hockey. #BeBoldForChange: Where does women’s hockey go from here? https://t.co/gs9tzE1Ucg pic.twitter.com/998cJOBqD6 — … More #BeBoldForChange: Where does women’s hockey go from here?
This is a piece I wrote last year for the MLK Oratorical Contest at New York University last year. I work to remind people of these words, everyday, not just in January. In 1955, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. took a stand that greatly impacted his career trajectory, and his legacy. The young Dr. … More Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.