UCF Forum
 

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The University of Central Florida (UCF) Forum is a weekly series of opinion columns presented by the UCF News & Information. The columns are the opinions of the writers, who serve on the UCF Forum panel of faculty members, staffers and students for a year. A new column is posted each Wednesday at UCF Today and then broadcast between 7:50 and 8 a.m. Sunday on WUCF-FM (89.9).

Publication Date

2-25-2015

Keywords

Power of sport; Sports; Social change; DeVos Sport Business Management; Diversity and Ethics; NBA; People of color; The Harlem Rens; Black History Month; NBA Newsmakers Breakfast; Stephen Curry; Deah Shaddy Barakat; Racism; Sport and society

Introduction

I teach a class in the DeVos Sport Business Management graduate program at the University of Central Florida on ethical and moral principles in sport. Last week we welcomed a distinguished panel to our class, which included: Charlie Freeman, executive vice president of the Orlando Magic; Linda Landman-Gonzalez, vice president for government affairs and community relations for the Orlando Magic; Brett Lashbrook, chief operating officer of Orlando City Soccer; and Keith Lee, the chief operating officer of the National Consortium of Academics and Sport.

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UCF Forum

Publisher

University of Central Florida

Type

article

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