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Allison Manwell, James Johnson, and Khirey Walker

second in his family to graduate from high school. John, an African-American male from a poor community who also happened to be a first-generation college student with a learning disability, was fighting against long odds. However, football had always been his motivation and this opportunity provided a

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Brian P. McCullough, Madeleine Orr, and Nicholas M. Watanabe

.g., increased auto emissions, displacement). Furthermore, sport facilities are commonly built in lower socioeconomic areas of the city, causing the city’s poor communities to be exposed to the environmental impact of construction, operations, and demolition of facilities more than other areas of the city ( Sze, 2009

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Brian P. McCullough, Madeleine Orr, and Timothy Kellison

, those who bear the brunt of these negative externalities are poor communities (e.g., displacement, pollution; Sze, 2009 ; Wallace, 2012 ). This is important, as it demonstrates how environmental injustices can be promulgated by efforts of the sport industry. Vulnerability, Climate Capacity, and