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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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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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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

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Kadhiresan R. Murugappan, Michael N. Cocchi, Somnath Bose, Sara E. Neves, Charles H. Cook, Todd Sarge, Shahzad Shaefi and Akiva Leibowitz

publication of this report. A previously healthy 26-year-old African American male with sickle cell trait presented to a local emergency department immediately after an amateur mixed martial arts bout. The patient had a witnessed collapse due to exhaustion in the final round of a grueling three-round bout

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Mallory Mann and Vikki Krane

-identified their race, gender, and sexual orientation. Eight athletes identified as White or Caucasian, three as African American or Black, one as Mexican, and one as Chinese and White. They all self-identified as female and specified their preferred pronouns as she/her. The athletes self-identified their sexual

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Aarti Ratna

. At first glance this may be viewed as a positive development; approximately eight publications a year over the last 15 years. This body of work though tends to focus on three main areas: first, almost a third of all the research was specifically about African American women (good examples include but

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Bryan C. Clift

homelessness in Baltimore City on a given night was estimated at 4,088 ( Olubi & Akers, 2011 ). Consistently, African Americans were disproportionately represented in the homeless population: As recent as 2011 to 2012, 80% to 85% of homeless in Baltimore were black (Ibid.; U.S. Census, 2012 ) compared to

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Xihe Zhu and Justin A. Haegele

between those with and without visual impairment. For children with visual impairments, their vision classifications were 36.5% B1, 22.7% B2, and 40.9% B3, respectively. Each family shared the same racial/ethnic makeup, including 18 families identifying as White, two as African American, one as Hispanic

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Jörg Vianden and Elizabeth A. Gregg

management majors, women represent 20–30%, and African American men and women comprise 11% and 3%, respectively ( Hancock & Hums, 2011 ). At the research site of the present study, in 2016, the sport management program enrolled 204 male and 42 female undergraduates, including 167 white students and 57

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Jessica Love and Lindsey Conlin Maxwell

exceptionality, fueling the myth of color blindness and equal opportunity in U.S. sport and society, and, “specifically, their accomplishments conceal the social and economic factors that hinder other African Americans’ participation in tennis” ( Schultz, 2005 , p. 340). The discrimination against Black female