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Is sport welcoming to all or does it depend on who you are?

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Date 07.01.2020
Duration 1 Hour 24 Minutes 42 Seconds
Author Sport Resolutions
Description Sport Resolutions Annual Conference 2019 took place on 2 May at the Grange St. Paul's Hotel in London. In session 3 Jason Mohammad and a panel consisting Andrew Smith, Kate Richardson-Walsh OBE, Femina Makkar, Viv Anderson MBE and Keegan Hirst discuss racism and homophobia in sport.
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