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Our friends down in Nashville at Vanderbilt are helping to bring BIAD to the Shift conference, co-sponsored by the YWCA. It's going to be a healthy conversation about domestic violence, sexual assault, masculinity, and steps forward. Find us at the Nashville Music City Center on Monday, September 9th at 10 A.M. Flamethrowers in the area, we would love to see you out there for another live recording. If you can’t make the conference we’re going to have a meet-up with flamethrowers afterwards on Sept 9th at 5:30PM at Bonga Java’s (250 Fifth Avenue South Nashville, inside the OMNI hotel.) See you there!
Burn It All Down was LIVE in New York City on Friday, March 8, 2019, from 2 to 4pm, at the Stabile Student Center at Columbia University (in Pulitzer Hall, 2950 Broadway).
Our live event was part of the Critical Sport Communities: New Directions in Sports Scholarship, Journalism, and Activism symposium, co-hosted by Hofstra and Columbia on March 7 and 8.
Following our event, Brenda and Dr. Frank Guridy talked to Michael Bennett, NFL defensive end and author of Things That Make White People Uncomfortable, along with Bennett’s co-author, Dave Zirin.
The day before — Thursday, March 7, 2019 — at Hofstra University, for the first part of the Critical Sport Communities: New Directions in Sports Scholarship, Journalism, and Activism symposium.
Both panels will took place at Hofstra University, Plaza Rooms, Mack Student Center, North Campus.
I: Gender & Sexualities in Sport
11:10am – 12:35pm
Panelists: Shireen, Katrina Karkazis, Jessica, Katie Barnes, and Lindsay
II: Race and Black Freedom Struggle in Sport
2:20 – 4:10pm
Panelists: Amira, Theresa Runstedtler, Frank Guridy
Moderator: Amy Bass
Click here for a full schedule and info (it’s a .pdf).