"Our presenters are top in their field, and the next generation needs to see the power, knowledge, pride and determination, which has brought these women to the forefront," exclaimed Collette Chapman, Director of Diversity, Black Coaches Canada.
There are presentations and discussions on race and racism, eSports and Gaming, Young Gifted and Black Women, Transitioning from Sports to Entrepreneurial Business, Women in Leadership, Being an Ally, Building Diverse and Culturally appropriate teams in organizations, Using Media to Change Representation of Black people to name a few.
This interactive event will give attendees an opportunity to participate, network and win prizes. Sponsors and partners include The Black Players For Change, Rogers Sports & Media, Elgin Middlesex Soccer Association (EMSA), FKB Media Solutions, The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce and The African Coaches League. TICKETS ARE FREE.
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For more information, go to http://www.blackcoaches.ca/w2tf/ About Black Coaches Canada
Black Coaches Canada is a sports administration organization founded in March 2020. We strive to improve the nation's overall diversity and inclusion while addressing Anti-Black Racism within the sports industry (especially soccer) in Canada and abroad. Through research, education, representation, and advocacy, our goal is to be a voice of change, bringing about increased representation at senior levels of industry leadership for the Black and BIPOC communities. About Black Players For Change
Black Players for Change (BPC) is an independent organization consisting of over 170+ Black players, coaches and staff of MLS, working to bridge the racial equality gap that exists in society. BPC is committed to tackling the racial injustices that have limited Black people from having an equitable stake in the game of soccer and society. Among the many goals the organization strives to advance the attention on human rights inequalities from protest to programs, partnerships and policies that address systemic racism. For more information visit www.BlackPlayersForChange.org
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