July 4, 2022


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Lessons Learned from Sports after Uvalde and Buffalo

As a exclusive episode for Trending in Ed enthusiasts, we’re releasing our latest episode of Running it Again, the Classes Discovered from Athletics podcasting showcasing Tarlin Ray and Trending in Ed host Mike Palmer. Occasionally it’s really hard to occur specifically at a subject so we use items like sporting activities to assistance us function as a result of unthinkable tragedies like what we’ve witnessed in new months. If you appreciate this episode, look at our Jogging It Back again where ever you get your podcasts. Visit us at RunningItBack.fm for more.

Tarlin and Mike respond to the highly effective moments from sports activities leaders in reaction to the tragic shootings in Uvalde, Texas and Buffalo, New York. We listen to what Steve Kerr reported and speak about what Gabe Kapler did as coaches and leaders of their groups answer publicly to the unthinkable situations.

Then we operate it back again to the background of athletics protests and activism ranging from Kaepernick, to Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, to the foremost function of the WNBA, the Brittney Griner scenario, and Muhammad Ali’s historic protest of the Vietnam War, between many others, as we test to make feeling of the senseless. And there is a lot of reference to renowned soundbites from Marshawn Lynch, Rasheed Wallace, and Allen Iverson alongside the way to continue to keep points lighter.

What classes, if any, can we understand from all of this? How can we use sports activities narratives as instruments to operate through our response to the unthinkable? And what does this explain to us about management and acts of conscience in these hard instances? We cover all of this and more on our newest episode. Listen in and delight in.

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