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Harsh H. Buddhadev, Daniel L. Crisafulli, David N. Suprak and Jun G. San Juan

participants for the study. The authors have no conflicts of interest to disclose. References 1. Jordan JM , Helmick CG , Renner JB , et al . Prevalence of knee symptoms and radiographic and symptomatic knee osteoarthritis in African Americans and Caucasians: the Johnston County Osteoarthritis

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Anat V. Lubetzky, Daphna Harel, Helene Darmanin and Ken Perlin

67 kg ( SD  ±10), and the mean height was 168 cm ( SD  ±10). Body mass index was normal in 15 participants and slightly above normal (25–27) in five. Races and ethnicities included nine White, six Asian, two African American, two Hispanic, and one Egyptian. Participants self-reported to be free of

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Anat V. Lubetzky, Bryan D. Hujsak, Gene Fu and Ken Perlin

Remaining did not report 75% White 6% Asian American 6% African American 6% Hispanic Remaining did not report   Exercise Yes/no 93% yes 81% yes   Minutes of weekly exercise Mean = 227 min ( SD  = 159) Mean = 249 min ( SD  = 283) .54 Hours of sitting per day Mean = 8 hr ( SD  = 3.8) Mean = 6 hr ( SD  = 2

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Rachel E. Brinkman-Majewski and Windee M. Weiss

(82.9%) with “other” (9.1%), African American (6.4%), and biracial (1.1%) races also represented. The other race category is believed to consist of a diverse group of international participants as this university has numerous intercollege athletes from countries outside the United States. Table  1

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Emma V. Richardson, Sarah Blaylock, Elizabeth Barstow, Matthew Fifolt and Robert W. Motl

and 72 years with an average age of 50 years. One was Jamaican American, eight were African American, and 23 were White. All participants had relapsing remitting MS with duration of disease ranging between less than 1 year and 47 years. Participants were representative of three states and various

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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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Matthew D. Bird, Graig M. Chow, Gily Meir and Jaison Freeman

females. Within the student-athlete sample, participants identified as being Caucasian ( n  = 51), African American ( n  = 34), Hispanic ( n  = 7), Multi-ethnic ( n  = 6), Other ( n  = 2), and Asian ( n  = 1). Participants in the non-athlete group identified as being Caucasian ( n  = 51), African American

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Hayley Perelman, Joanna Buscemi, Elizabeth Dougherty and Alissa Haedt-Matt

.8%). The majority of the sample was Caucasian (66.0%), followed by African American/Black (10.5%), Asian/Pacific Islander (10.5%), Hispanic/Latino (9.9%), and Other (3.1%). Of note, 6.8% of the sample self-reported a history of disordered eating. Measures Participants completed a demographic measure that

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Ali Brian, Sally Taunton, Chelsee Shortt, Adam Pennell and Ryan Sacko

). Our participants for this secondary data analysis (African-American = 65.2%, White = 1.4%, Hispanic = 24.6%, and Asian = 1.4%) included children ages 3–5 years ( M age = 4.6, SD  = 0.51; girls = 32, boys = 27). The current sample included children with disabilities ( n  = 28, 42%) and without

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Justin A. Haegele and T. Nicole Kirk

Framework: Intersectionality The concept of intersectionality was developed by African American feminists during the 1970s and 1980s who challenged mainstream feminists to think about how being a woman, and the oppression that came with being a woman, might “intersect” with being African American, and