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Diane L. Gill

The theme of the 2021 National Academy of Kinesiology meeting and this special issue, “Kinesiology’s Social Justice Imperative,” suggests we are moving toward social justice. In this paper, I look at kinesiology’s social justice movement over the nearly 100 years of the Academy. More specifically, I consider the representation of women and racial minorities (specifically Black/African Americans) in kinesiology and the Academy throughout our history and social factors related to the changes (or lack thereof) in representation. To move toward social justice, we must learn from that history, highlight the social, and connect with our communities and professionals.

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’s Timely Topic Series that featured the NATA Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access Task Force, which discussed NATA’s DEIA commitments.

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Alan L. Smith and Jeffrey T. Fairbrother

” ( American Kinesiology Association, 2020 ). Our workshop programming became decidedly more focused on diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice as an expression of this commitment. In our roles as president and president elect of the association, we committed to addressing these topics in meaningful

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Amy E. Cox, Lauren Beasley, and Robin Hardin

), 180 – 195 . 10.1353/hsj.2014.0000 Harrison-Bernard , L.M. , Augustus-Wallace , A.C. , Souza-Smith , F.M. , Tsien , F. , Casey , G.P. , & Gunaldo , T.P. ( 2020 ). Knowledge gains in a professional development workshop on diversity, equity, inclusion

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Jared A. Russell, Leslie D. Gonzales, and Harald Barkhoff

; Sweeney & Bothwick, 2016 ). (e) Inclusive Excellence Leadership: A leadership approach that positions diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice values and principles central to administrative decision-making processes, practices, and culture-sustaining activities ( Russell, 2019 ; Williams, 2013 ). (f

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Yannick Kluch and Terry L. Rentner

Michigan . ( 2020 ). Diversity, equity, and inclusion. . U.S. Department of Education ( 2016 ). Advancing diversity and inclusion higher education . Wamsley , L

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Elizabeth B. Delia, E. Nicole Melton, Katherine Sveinson, George B. Cunningham, and Daniel Lock

questions may be “different contexts” and “different people,” it is important to take note of the research conducted, particularly as the sport industry continues to prioritize diversity, equity, inclusion ( Deloitte, 2021 ; Nielsen, 2020 ), and sport scholars themselves have made similar calls (e

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Carter A. Rockhill, Jonathan E. Howe, and Kwame J.A. Agyemang

approaches to, first, objectively identify usages of such words as “diversity,” “equity,” “inclusion,” and specifically, “racial diversity.” Then, we subjectively interpreted the use and application of these terms to determine whether it was specifically discussing creating a diverse and inclusive

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Tara B. Blackshear

, let’s come and play. Parallel to Anita J. Turner, Dr. Edythe Lavonia Allison, and Maryrose Reeves Allen, Mrs. Porter and Ms. Tucker are intentional in providing culturally responsive environments for students’ success and recognize that the current K–12 PE standards are void of diversity, equity