ESPN Radio and The Undefeated present The Intersection
ESPN Radio and The Undefeated - ESPN's multiplatform content initiative exploring the intersections of sports, race and culture - presents The Intersection at 8 p.m. ET, Thursdays on ESPN Radio. The two-hour, weekly show will feature in-depth discussions that will continue the conversation around the impact of social justice on sports and society. The show is hosted by two marquee, multiplatform ESPN voices - SportsCenter anchor Elle Duncan and The Undefeated columnist, commentator and host Clinton Yates. The duo will regularly be joined by other commentators from across the network. Duncan and Yates will recap the events, conversations and actions that took place throughout the previous week related to social justice. They will look ahead at the continued impact on sports and the way various leagues are responding as they return to competition.
Not kneeling is fine, but dont detract from the initial message : 8/6/20
Elle Duncan and Clinton Yates examine how productive the NBAs social justice messaging is, and whether kneeling during the anthem is still an effective tool?
Players finally have a seat at the table : 8/6/20
Elle Duncan and Clinton Yates discuss the College Football power shift what unity group movements by players mean for the future of collegiate athletics?
Daniel Snyder curates the toxic culture of the organization : 7/17/20
Will Hobson, Washington Post Sports Reporter who co-wrote the investigative report on the Washington football team, joined Clinton and Elle on the The Intersection and he said it was shocking how brazen the harassment was. In addition discussing dysfunctional in Washington, Elle and Clinton discussed whether LeBron James not wanting a social justice message on his jersey hurts the NBA and its messaging.
It is time for male allies to use their power against misogyny: 7/16/20
Clinton and Elle discuss the sexual harassment scandal surrounding the Washington football organization, and the toxic culture responsible for perpetuating the ignorance and misogyny that has been swirling around that organization for years.
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