Disability Pride Then and Now

by Dawna Callahan, Founder & CEO All In Sport Consulting President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26, 1990, making official a historical landmark law prohibiting discrimination against people with disabilities. That same year, Boston celebrated the first-ever Disability Pride …

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Progress, Perseverance and a Sense of Urgency

by Dawna Callahan, Founder & CEO All In Sport Consulting It’s so exciting to see progress and positive strides across the movement within the past year – more TV coverage of the Paralympic Games, Toyota’s recent investment of $5M to Paralympians and Paralympic hopefuls, more …

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The Comeback of Competition

Congratulations to the 2021 Texas Regional Games team for organizing a successful competition for more than 200 athletes April 15-18 in San Antonio Texas! It’s exciting to see events like Texas Regionals come back online and host so many athletes in-person – a hopeful sign …

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Returning to Sport – Sport Psychology Tips for Athletes

  By: Taylor Gabler and Ciarán Connery Ball State, Sport and Exercise Psychology As we surpass the one-year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic and many in-person sport training opportunities are returning, it is important to highlight the impact of the mental side of sport and …

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ISSSSC Hosts Panel Discussion of Gender Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Sports

On March 11, San José State University’s Institute for the Study of Sport, Society and Social Change (ISSSSC) hosted “Equitable Futures for Womxn in Sport,” an online dialogue about gender equity in sports with three industry thought leaders. The event, moderated by ISSSSC Executive Director …

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Be the Change…..and Then Some

  By: Doug Garner, Assistant Director Campus Recreation – Adapted Sports/Recreation and Head Wheelchair Basketball Coach at the University of Texas at Arlington As leaders in adapted sports, most of us live by the reminder from Mahatma Ghandi to, “Be the change you want to …

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