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IMLCA VIDEO RESOURCES

TUESDAY TALK: DIVERSITY & INCLUSION ROUNDTABLES

All episodes of the IMLCA Tuesday Talk, presented by the IMLCA Players Directory and Lacrosse Coaches Insider, will be available for FREE


In this session, Head Coach & IMLCA Diversity Committee Chairman, Nat St. Laurent along with Premier Lacrosse League's Redwood teammates Kyle Harrison, Myles Jones, and Jules Heningburg sit down to discuss what it takes to develop a more diverse and inclusive lacrosse community.

In this session, Head Coach & IMLCA Diversity Committee Chairman, Nat St. Laurent along with Premier Lacrosse League players Trevor Baptiste, Dominique Alexander, Romar Dennis, and Ty Warner sit down to discuss ways to grow lacrosse and make the sport more diverse.


YOUTH MINORITY PARTICIPATION

In this session, Head Coach & IMLCA Diversity Committee Chairman, Nat St. Laurent along with coaches from inner-city lacrosse programs will discuss ways to increase participation in minority communities and the challenges associated with expanding the sport.

Native American Perspective (Pt. 1)

In this session, National Lacrosse Hall of Famer Dom Starsia moderates a discussion of the Native American perspective on what coaches can do to increase participation in minority communities and the challenges associated with expanding the sport.


Native American Perspective (Pt. 2)

In this session, Paul Carcaterra from ESPN moderates a discussion of the Native American perspective on what coaches can do to increase participation in minority communities.

GENDER ROLES WITHIN OUR SPORT

In this session, UPenn Alum Britt Brown moderates a discussion of gender's role in the diversity and inclusion conversation of lacrosse.


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