Albright College will host a panel discussion on “Race and Sports in the World around Us,” as part of the college’s ongoing racial healing series, on Mon., Feb. 22 at 5 p.m. on Zoom. Pre-register online here.
This panel, led by Chaplain Ibi Bangura, focuses on systemic racism that has existed in sports history, as well as the recent career impact for professional athletes who have spoken out against racism. This panel will feature sports studies professor and CNN contributor Amy Bass; Muhlenberg high school men’s basketball coach, former NBA basketball player and activist Tyrone Nesby; and Albright alumnus J.T. Randall ’99, who is currently the head basketball coach at Louis Dieruff high school.
This panel is part of the series of discussions led by Albright chaplains, faculty, staff and students on learning to be actively anti-racist. Learn more about Albright College’s commitment inclusivity and equity here.