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Ajhanai C.I. Keaton

we uphold racial stratification in a society found upon racist ideologies, requires a perspective shift to perceive being not racist as a low barometer that does little to address structural racial marginalization. In the edited book, Anti-Racism in Sport Organizations , Kendi’s concept of anti-racism

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SSJ Sociology of Sport Journal 0741-1235 1543-2785 1 06 2023 40 2 10.1123/ssj.2023.40.issue-2 Special Issue: A Critical Examination of Race and Antiracism in the Sport for Development Field Guest Editors: Meredith A. Whitley, Joseph N. Cooper, Simon C. Darnell, Akilah R. Carter-Francique, and Kip G

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Shameema Yousuf

leaders committed to diversity and anti-racism. I am always aware, however, that in consultancy, there are ebbs and flows in workflow streams to consider, but with little option of full-time or part-time employment positions that acknowledge my breadth of experience, I continue to develop down this

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Meredith A. Whitley, Joseph N. Cooper, Simon C. Darnell, Akilah R. Carter-Francique, and Kip G. O’Rourke-Brown

race and racism in Sport for Development (SfD) as well as an antiracist approach to research and analysis of SfD. This was driven, in part, by the ways in which race; racism; antiracism; and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) permeated U.S. society following the murder of George Floyd on May 25

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Jon Garland and Michael Rowe

During the last decades racism has been a persistent scar on British football, and yet the problem has often gone unacknowledged and unchallenged by the game’s authorities. However, in recent seasons, significant antiracist programs have been developed within the context of British football, and the situation has been drastically transformed. This study provides a critical review of these schemes and contests that they have limitations arising from simplistic assumptions about the nature of racism. It is argued that a tendency to conflate racism solely with fascism or with hooliganism provides too narrow a focus and that antiracist interventions should be more cognizant of the diversity of racisms within football. Despite the progress that has been made, it is suggested that the football authorities need to develop more concrete programs to ensure that racism is more effectively challenged and that the game is opened up to all members of society.

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Victoria Kabetu, Ryan Snelgrove, Kimberly J. Lopez, and Daniel Wigfield

recently published Policy Paper for Anti-Racism in Canadian Hockey ( Szto, McKegney, Mahkwa Auksi, & Dawson, 2020 ). After reading the policy paper, it was clear to Steve that in order to increase the number of BIPOC participants in youth hockey, Hockey Canada had to take a leadership position on

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Davina McLeod, Sam McKegney, Darren Zanussi, and Shane Keepness

as a vehicle for decolonial learning and an incubator for anti-racism and social responsibility among settlers on Turtle Island. 2 The paper builds from arguments and experiences shared by five interviewees from different Indigenous nations with diverse hockey histories at disparate stages of their

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Brian Culp

Inclusiveness in higher education has received increased attention, as institutions are seeking to be more proactive in meeting the needs of a diverse student body. While university departments have noted inclusive excellence as a goal for their programs, how this is realized is often unclear or difficult to assess. Equally troubling is the scarcity of ideas on how curriculum can be enhanced for transformative change, radical possibility, antiracism, and social justice. This article attempts to rectify these issues by presenting thoughts on curriculum change and program development in higher education kinesiology using a cultural equity approach.

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Richard Norman, Daniel Sailofsky, Simon Darnell, Marika Warner, and Bryan Heal

stage of professional sport and were highly visible to youth, including youth engaged in sport. Given this racial climate, we used an antiracism approach to inform the design of the data collection, survey structure, capture of racial information, and analysis to offer insights relevant to program

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Ryan Snelgrove and Laura Wood

facilitate human and social development ( Schulenkorf, 2017 ). Scholars have also studied social change by focusing on activism, equity, and anti-racism ( Hylton, 2010 ; Kaufman & Wolff, 2010 ). Bush, Edwards, Jones, Hook, and Armstrong ( 2016 ) suggested that “to build efficacy among practitioners in order