Racism and mental health in sport

24 03 22

What is so often left out of discussions about racism is the impact it can have on a person or a community’s mental health. From low self-esteem and internalised shame to generational trauma, racism can impact us in so many ways.

That’s why we organised a webinar to discuss the multitude of ways that racism can impact our mental health as an individual, as a community and as a society, particularly as this relates to the sporting world. Roxana Khan-Williams was joined by Azeem Rafiq, Professor Ann John, Shaista Aziz and Kevin George.

Watch back here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSJ4ikjIWsY


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