The Institute for the Study of Sport, Society and Social Change is dedicated to research, analysis and
education at the intersection of sport and society.
DR. HARRY EDWARDS
MY COMMITMENTS AS AN ACTIVIST
– SCHOLAR ENCOMPASS A BROAD
RANGE OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL
CONCERNS THAT VITALLY AFFECT
THE FUTURE OF US ALL”Annotated from the struggle that must be;
an autobiography – Dr. Harry EdwardsARTICLES
Join Dr. Carter-Francique and The Muhammad Ali Center Athletes and Social Change Forum. The event will take place virtually on Thursday, July 9, and Friday, July 10. There will be FREE registration and will be presented via a Zoom Webinar.
“I want to show people how to succeed in life through judo, how it can change the trajectory of people’s lives.” That's what @SJSUalumni @colt_forty_5 told @annkillion after his match in Tokyo. A sentiment he learned from his mentor #SJSU Coach Yosh Uchida.
#SJSU alumna Stacey Johnson, ’80 Public Relations, qualified for the ’80 Moscow Olympics in fencing, but didn’t compete when the U.S. boycotted the games. So she set out to change the sport from the inside and level the playing field for women.
Indeed, a fruitful and important conversation! It is only through generous, sustained investments that we can engage and educate more students and meet our collective goals.
Thank you, @BWF_Social, @michaeltbenson, and @SFAPresGordon! @SJSU @calstate
Spartans, read @PrezPapazian’s message about today’s @calstate announcement regarding the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirement by September 30 for all students, faculty and staff. http://ow.ly/dbYD50FEUEf
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This is your chance. The world needs more doers, like you. Join us, support our work, speak up and be heard. #SJSUWordsToAction