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Women’s Equality Day: Empowering Women Through Sports

On August 18th, 1920, Congress signed into law the 19th Constitutional Amendment granting women the right to vote. 51 years later in 1971, August 26th was designated as Women’s Equality Day, an opportunity to reflect on and celebrate the great strides American women have made, becoming leaders in a historically male-dominated society. Women’s Equality Day and…

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Tennessee Titans Rookie Jonathan Willard Saves the Day

Jonathan Willard Was at the right place at the right time. And he chose to be a hero. Earlier this week on his way to training camp, Tennessee Titans rookie Jonathan Willard saw a family in distress on the road ahead of him and found himself saving their lives. The car went up in flames…

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National Freedom Week: Three People in Sports Business Who Embody Freedom

The growth of the American sports industry throughout history has mirrored the United States’ journey to freedom, in many cases leading our society in breaking down social barriers that once barred participation of women and racial minorities in the pastimes now enjoyed by all.  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in professional baseball in 1945,…

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A Team Effort: Disaster Relief Across the Sports Industry

Teamwork and solidarity are inherent character traits that define the world of sports.  From the merchandisers to the front office to the playing field, “it takes a village” to fuel the success of this dynamic industry.  And when disaster strikes, the need for coordinated teamwork is critical.  Over the last few years, we have witness…

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NFL Play 60 is a Key Player for National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

President Barack Obama and the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition have dubbed the month of May National Physical Fitness and Sports Month.  First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative has sponsored dozens of events and partnered with schools, corporations, community and faith-based organizations alike to encourage children and families to get active and…

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NBA brings Black History Month to the Court

From its humble beginnings as Negro History Week in February 1926, the celebration of African American history and culture has grown tremendously to set the tone for the entire month of February since 1976.  Today, the celebration extends beyond academic and sociological settings and has made its way to the basketball court.  With over three-quarters…

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