The focus of this episode was on the barriers to participation and work that Black women encounter in the U.S. college sport system, the effects of racial clustering, the experiences of Black women athletes, coaches, and athletics administrators, and steps to promote gender and racial equity in the college sport space.

Moderator: Dr. Ellen J. Staurowsky

Panelists: Kirsten Hextrum, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Language, Culture, and Society; Graduate Faculty in Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies; and Director of the College Student Services Administration Program, Oregon State University

Katelyn Hutchison, IC SPME & MBA ‘22, Master’s Candidate – Sport Leadership and Member, Women’s Track & Field, University of Kentucky

Joyce Olushola Ogunrinde, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Kinesiology-Sport Management, University of Houston

F. Michelle Richardson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sport Management, Coppin State & President, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport

Erienne Roberts, J.D., Deputy Athletics Director, Ithaca College

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