In recognition and celebration of Black History Month and National Girls & Women in Sports Day, we are excited to host a discussion focused on the female experience in sports and how coaches, parents, and leaders can empower girls to get into sports, stay in sports, and express their authentic selves.
On Monday, June 29, PCA hosted it's first Virtual Roundtable titled "Sports Can Battle Racism: How Coaches, Parents, and Administrators Can Play a Positive Role." The conversation was moderated by PCA's Marti Reed and Trennis Jones and included representatives from PCA's partners RISE, We Coach, and the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.
On Thursday, September 24, PCA hosted our third Sports Can Battle Racism Webinar. The topic of conversation was on college culture and respect. The panelists included Dr. Akilah Carter-Francique, Rick George, Imani McGee-Stafford, Rodney Page, and Jamie Zaninovich.
Our fourth Sports Can Battle Racism Roundtable was held on Friday, November 20th. If you were not able to join us please check out the recap of the event below. The topic for this webinar was Growing the Game: Actively increasing access and improving the experiences of young athletes.