Join Mike Glenn, Ken Hudson and Chris Dimino for a sports panel discussion moderated by Bill Starr, director of the Georgia Center for the Book. Topics include memorable moments in Atlanta’s pro sports history, the impact of pro sports on race relations in the city and the question of ethics in sports journalism. Glenn is a former pro basketball star and announcer for the Atlanta Hawks and an African American sports historian; Ken Hudson was one of the NBA’s pioneering African American referees; and Dimino is a respected sports commentator for 790 The Fan, Fox Sports South and WXIA-11 Alive. This program is one of the special events with the Decatur Library’s ”Pride and Passion: The African American Baseball Experience” exhibit organized by the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperatown, NY and the American Library Association. (jasbro)
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