You Know I’ve Got Something to Say… Crisis Managment: Before, During, and After – September 2022
Jen’s back with another webinar this month all about crisis management. Join us on Tuesday, September 27 from 1-1:30pm ET / 10-10:30am PT to discuss
Brittney Griner, Black Female Athletes Are Forced To Weigh Money vs. Safety
The sports experience for Black women has rewards and risks. By Dr. Jen Fry, originally appeared in First and Pen So why was Britney Griner, one
THE NEXT ROUND OF THE SPORTS EQUITY COLLABORATIVE STARTS MAY 22
After working with so many athletic departments and sports organizations across the country, Dr. Jen Fry noticed that a lot of the folks tasked with doing diversity,
[Webinar] Creating Cultures of Care: Holistic Trauma-informed Equity Work in Athletics
Content warning: suicide Join Dr. Jen Fry from JenFryTalks and Michelle Jalali of Jalali Consulting for a conversation about bringing a holistic trauma-informed lens to our equity work within Athletics. Register here.
New from Jen Fry Talks: The N-word Workshop
Jen’s released a new workshop to help coaches, staff, and student-athletes have a conversation about the N-word. Let’s be honest — most of us don’t want to
Introducing the Sports Equity Collaborative, a new skill-building program for sports professionals doing DEI work
After working with so many athletic departments and sports organizations across the country, Jen Fry noticed that a lot of the folks tasked with doing diversity, equity,
JenFryTalks Social Justice E-Learning Series
It has been a challenging and unprecedented few days, weeks, and months and it has left us breathless and sometimes voiceless. We are looking for
THE KARENS, BECKYS, OR AMYS ARE NOT CONSERVATIVES, THEY CAN BE YOUR LIBERAL FRIEND… OR YOU.
Not every overtly racist White woman like the Karens, Beckys, or Amys is a conservative. It’s time to start understanding that problematic behavior transcends political parties.
WE ARE NOT YOUR TOKEN DIVERSE FRIEND
I cringe because I know it is coming once the conversation starts going in the direction of race. “My best friend is Black,” “I have
THE DECADE OF BEING SCARED BUT DOING IT ANYWAY. SAY SOMETHING, DO SOMETHING.
It’s time, friends. You may have spent the last few years or decades being a witness to problematic words, behavior, and people only to excuse
FIX YOUR HOUSE UP BEFORE YOU INVITE PEOPLE OVER: HOW ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATORS CAN CREATE AN INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENT WITHIN ATHLETICS
When many athletic administrators or coaches step into new roles, we see them stand at the podium or speak into the microphone affirming their commitment
DREADS VS. SPORT. IDENTITY VS TEAM. COVERT RACISM VS. OVERT RACISM.
http://www.utahwrestling.org/2014_15WrestlingRuleBook.pdf Over the last few years we have been hearing the stories of students of color being humiliated and forced out of school because of