Line Change – Examining Social Issues In Sport
Line Change critically examines social issues in sport, and how they impact the games and athletes we love.
- Cult Dynamics In Canadian Junior Hockey
- How WNBA Owners Still Aren’t Betting On Women
- It’s A Woman’s Game, But It’s A Man’s World
- Confronting Hegemonic Masculinity In Sports
- Chatham-Kent’s Bobbi Lancaster Was A Groundbreaker For Transgender Athletes
- Dear Hockey Coaches: Thank You
- Storytelling: A Method Of Passing Down A History And Expectation Of Abuse In Hockey (And A Solution)
- Line Change: A Hockey Coming Out Story
- The ‘Great White Hopes’ Aimed To Rescue The White Man From A Black Boxing Champion
- It’s Not Cancel Culture, It’s Accountability Culture – Especially In Sports
- The Wakabayashis: From Internment To All-Americans
- The Segregation Of Swimming, And The Lasting Impact On The Sport
Line Change is an article series produced by CKSN.ca through the contributions and consultation of various authors and academics, looking at social issues in sport. The series, which aims to open discussion with sports fans, will focus on issues of inequality, and serve as a portion of our anti-oppression education and reporting. Line Change will look at issues related to racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, gender inequality, socioeconomic divides, and much more, as they relate to sport and athletics.
If you would like to contribute to our series of articles, please send an inquiry, or a written piece for submission to email@example.com.