League of Fans’ Sports Forum podcast

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Ken Reed starts off this episode by announcing that he is retiring from League of Fans after 13 and 1/2 years serving as Sports Policy Director.

In this episode, Ken is joined by League of Fans Founder Ralph Nader. Ken and Ralph talk about the history of League of Fans and the reasons it was created. They then move into a discussion of a variety of contemporary sports issues that League of Fans has been working on in recent years. Ken and Ralph end by talking about the need for sports fans, athletes, and other sports stakeholders to get involved in the sports reform movement and be activists and change agents on issues important to them, whether that be at the local, state, or national level.

As athletes, fans, and other sports stakeholders who see the value in sports, and what they can be at their best, we need to continually fight for justice, fair play, equal opportunity, safety, and civil rights in sports; and against win-at-all-costs (WAAC) and profit-at-all-costs (PAAC) mentalities and policies.

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