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Kenneth Sean Chaplin

: Black masculinity and sports . In African Americans in sports (pp.  15 – 22 ). New York, NY : Routledge . May , R.A.B. ( 2008 ). Living through the Hoop . New York, NY : New York University Press . McLaughlin , T. ( 2008 ). Give and go: Basketball as a cultural practice . Albany, NY : SUNY

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Steven Loy

physical inactivity threatens to overwhelm us. Because we offer our program in the morning after school begins, we reach the very group that is seen as at a higher risk for obesity, African American and Hispanic females, who can also have great influence on childhood obesity through role modeling and

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Krista Schroeder, Martha Y. Kubik, Jiwoo Lee, John R. Sirard and Jayne A. Fulkerson

Pacific Islander 8 (7.0) 4 (6.9) 4 (7.1)  Black/African American 21 (18.4) 14 (24.1) 7 (12.5)  White 65 (57.0) 32 (55.2) 33 (58.9)  >1 race 12 (10.5) 6 (10.3) 6 (10.7)  Other 7 (6.1) 1 (1.7) 6 (10.7) .23  Hispanic 25 (21.9) 10 (17.2) 15 (26.8)  Non-Hispanic 89 (78.1) 48 (82.3) 41 (73.2) .22 Member of

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Scherezade K. Mama, Lorna H. McNeill, Erica G. Soltero, Raul Orlando Edwards and Rebecca E. Lee

that was representative of the city of Houston (23.7% Black/African American, 6.0% Asian, and 43.8% Hispanic/Latino; United States Census Bureau, 2010 ). Thus, non-Latina women were eligible and enrolled in the study. Since the intervention was culturally appropriate for women of color who were living

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Sara Santarossa, Paige Coyne, Sarah J. Woodruff and Craig G. Greenham

Elena Delle Donne Basketball White U.S. 27 578 238,000 241,000 3,000 1 Adeline Gray Wrestling White U.S. 25 278 17,000 21,100 4,100 2 Nzingha Prescod Fencing African American U.S. 24 228 3,154 4,314 1,160 4 Christen Press Soccer White U.S. 27 239 422,000 430,000 8,000 0 April Ross Beach volleyball White

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Judy L. Van Raalte, Allen E. Cornelius, Elizabeth M. Mullin, Britton W. Brewer, Erika D. Van Dyke, Alicia J. Johnson and Takehiro Iwatsuki

average of 19.07 years of age ( SD  = 0.99) and were both male ( n  = 40) and female ( n  = 68). Participants were primarily Caucasian ( n  = 95, 88%), with African-American/Black ( n  = 5, 5%), Asian ( n  = 1, 1%), and other ( n  = 1, 1%) participants also included. Five participants did not indicate

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Dustin A. Hahn

as not having a race, African American, White, other, or depicting multiple races. In addition, if coders were not confident of a subject’s particular primary race, they agreed to also code them in the “other” category, although in the end no post contained such a subject. Population To address the

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Melinda Forthofer, Sara Wilcox, Deborah Kinnard, Brent Hutto and Patricia A. Sharpe

was provided by all participants. Setting The research was conducted with underserved communities in Sumter County, SC. Compared with state averages, 16 Sumter County comprises a higher proportion of black/African American residents (47.1% vs 27.8%) and a higher proportion of residents living below

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Melinda A. Solmon

; Ennis et al., 1997 ). Generally this work was conducted in urban school districts where the student population was predominantly African American and the majority of teachers were European American. Ennis laid the groundwork for this line of research by working as a consultant with school districts

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Constancio R. Arnaldo

, and promises of sport, I was left wondering how a comparative racial analytic might look with regard to Japanese Americans’ identity formations. Because Asian American women in particular are racialized, gendered, and sexualized differently than their African American, Latina, Native American, and