Roundtable on Racism in Hockey – Video

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On March 30th, 2019, the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario held a Roundtable on Racism in Hockey. To the best of our knowledge, it was the first gathering of its kind with the objective to address racism as opposed to simply increasing diversity. This event was made possible with support from Queen’s University’s Department of English and Literature, Queen’s Athletics and Recreation, the NHL, and QMix. There were approximately 50 delegates in attendance but if you couldn’t make it, please enjoy the video footage below.

Event program with detailed speaker’s bios can be downloaded here.

Session #1: Understanding Racialized Experiences in Canada’s Game

Panelists: Bob Dawson (SMU Huskies, 67′), Lali Toor (Apna Hockey), Jaden Lindo (Queen’s Men’s Hockey), Kalley Armstrong (Harvard Crimson, 15′)

Moderator: Courtney Szto, Queen’s University

Session #2: Words Matter: Hockey media and anti-racism

Panelists: Erica Ayala (NWHL Broadcaster) & Aaron Lakoff (Changing on the Fly podcast)

Moderator: Courtney Szto, Queen’s University

Session #3: NHL Straight Talk with Rob Knesaurek, NHL Group VP – Youth Development and Industry Growth

Moderator: Bob Dawson

*Keynote footage has not been included at the request of the keynote speaker, Eugene Arcand.

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