Courtney Szto hosts Rountable on Racism in Hockey on Sat 30 Mar 2019

(snipped from the Kingston Whig-Standard newspaper)

Racism in hockey needs to be addressed to keep the game relevant in modern Canadian society, says Courtney Szto, an assistant professor at the Queen's University School of Kinesiology and Health Studies and organizer of a roundtable on the issue this weekend in Kingston, Ont.

KINGSTON – Racism on the ice of Canada’s national winter sport is to be the subject of a day-long roundtable discussion at Queen’s University.

Saturday’s event is to meant to bring together hockey players, fans, parents, officials, coaches, media, administrators, and academics to address the issues that contribute to racism in hockey.

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