May is #AsianHeritageMonth in Canada. What's it like being a BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Person Of Colour) coach in a predominantly white sport? In this episode, Coach Glenn shares a personal story after reading a Facebook comment about diversity in curling.
Links to the resources mentioned in this episode:
"How We Can Make Curling A Truly Diverse Game/A Donnovan Bennett Essay" video from Sportsnet (May 6/22)
Curling Canada Diversity & Inclusivity Web Page
USA Curling Diversity & Inclusion Web Page
Black Rock Initiative Web Site
Global Initiative For DEI In Curling Facebook Page
Goldline Curling #UnitedWeCurl
"Changing The Face Of Curling" Symposium, Niagara Falls (May 26-28/22)
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Glenn Gabriel is an NCCP-certified curling coach who lives in Pickering, Ontario, Canada. He has been the coordinator of the Little Rocks (U12) program at East York Curling Club in Toronto since 2011. If you have a question or feedback on the podcast, send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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