Ghost Town to Havana
The Center for Sport & Social Justice is proud to be a partnering sponsor in helping to bring this documentary to campus on March 2, 2017 in UU 311 at 11am.
Cal State East Bay in Rio De Janeiro 2016
Through classroom learning and activities all around the city, the CSU East Bay Rio Summer 2016 program explored the most visited city in the southern hemisphere in the lead-up to the Olympics.
Women in Sports Film Festival - July 28, 2016
The festival celebrates female athletes and storytellers through documentary film.
The Olympics and the Politics of Resistance - February 10, 2016
An Evening With Olympians and Civil Rights Activists John Carlos and Wyomia Tyus in conversation with award-winning journalist Dave Zirin.
Indigenous Dance Festival
The CSU East Bay Festival of Indigenous Dance will bring together a diverse collection of indigenous dance groups
A summit to support physical activity for young people in our communities
Queering Fields and Courts: LGBTQ Issues in Sport – January 28-29, 2015
Queering Fields and Courts: LGBTQ Issues in Sport
Killer Curves: The Paradox and Politics of “Fit” Latina Bodies
Larissa Mercardo-Lopez, Ph.D., will discuss how ideas about fitness and health are complicated by cultural constructions of Latina bodies and identity
Coaching Coaches to Reduce and Prevent Sexually Violent Language in Coaching
Donna Duffy, Ph.D. will give a research presentation and then a workshop for high school coaches
Tunnel of Oppression (Feb 2014)
A student-driven art installation exploring racism in American football
An Evening with Mary Tillman (Nov 2013)
A mother’s attempts to seek the truth about her son’s death in Afghanistan
The Hidden Cost$ of College Sports (Apr 2013)
A panel discussion of issues surrounding Division 1 sports programs
Females in Sport: Looking Better than Ever? (Nov 2012)
An exploration of gender and power in sport after 40 years of Title IX
Pink Ribbons, Inc. (Apr 2012)
A student workshop and film screening on breast cancer and the politics of philanthropy
Sports, Politics, and Resistance in the United States (Feb 2012)
A discussion on race, gender, sexuality, and other issues of identity in sport