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What We’re Reading

June 17 – July 7

Every day, athletes all over the world are doing incredible work in their communities by giving back, creating opportunities for those less fortunate, and making connections that will last a lifetime. Here are five articles the AFH team have read over the past few weeks that you may have missed.

“The film festival will spotlight creators who ‘inspire the athlete mindset and ignite change through compelling stories,’ per the event’s website.”

Read the full article on si.com.

“Biles has taken most of the last two years off following her eventful stay in Japan in the summer of 2021, where her decision to remove herself from multiple events to focus on her mental health shifted the focus from the games themselves to the overall wellness of the athletes.”

Read the full article on apnews.com.

“Established in 2022, Gatorade made a multi-year $10M commitment to partner with organizations nationwide to help break down barriers to allow all athletes the opportunity to play through programming, resources, and training.”

Read the full article on littleleague.org.

“I would love every person with a disability to be proud of who they are and that they have their own unique goals, talents, skills, and ability to keep learning. I know that I am.”

Read the full article on nyrr.org.

“Charles Barkley has made a very specific amendment to his will following the Supreme Court’s decision to outlaw affirmative action in college admissions.”

Read the full article on foxnews.com.