Hockey Night In Canada’s Inside Hockey – Interview with the legendary Herbert Carnegie, who was one of the greatest hockey players. However, he was denied the opportunity to play in the NHL because he was black.
This doc about homophobia in sports explores the difficulty and impact of coming out in this macho world. Through a series of touching personal stories, the film examines homophobia both in elite sports and among student athletes, specifically at L’Odyssée, a school in Moncton, NB, that promotes diversity and inclusion.
A podcast about race in Canada
Senator Murray Sinclair shares his insights on how Canadians can take part in Reconciliation.
Sanjeev Bhagrath, a Sikh official from Edmonton, shares the challenges he’s faced as an official who’s part of a visible minority.
A look back at the heart behind the legendary Toronto Maple Leafs. Not just the players, but the people, too.
San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane and North York Rangers AAA U18 forward Myles Douglas join Rick Westhead and Mark Masters to discuss.
Wild defenseman Matt Dumba, who is a member of the Hockey Diversity Alliance, makes a statement that the NHL and HDA promise to fight against social injustice and support the Black Lives Matter movement
The Hockey World Joins The Fight Against Racism And Injustice
Podcast discussing racsim in the sport of hockey