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Title:
Out for the Count: A Legacy in Athletes
When:
Sun 02/24  7:00pm - 8:30pm
Where:
Washington University's Whitaker Hall - St. Louis
Category:
Lecture/Discussion

Description

This panel, sponsored by Washington University, explores the legacy of LGBT athletes in American culture, starting with Emile Griffith in the 1960s and moving forward to the challenges and opportunities that face amateur and professional athletics to become increasingly inclusive today.  Terence Blanchard is joined on the panel by singer Aubrey Allicock, as well as Hudson Taylor, Executive Director of Athlete Ally, Greg Larocque, former North American President of the Gay and Lesbian International Sports Association, and Philip Deitch, St. Louis amateur athlete and community activist.

www.opera-stl.org

Venue

Venue/Location:
Washington University's Whitaker Hall   -   Website
Street:
1 Brookings Drive
ZIP:
63130
City:
St. Louis
State (ex: MO):
MO
Country:
Country: us

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