Monday June 21, 2021 will be known as a watershed date in LGBTQ sporting annals.
Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib announces his coming out. The first active NFL player to do so.
Laurel Hubbard is selected to represent New Zealand Weightlifting at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. She joins American Chelsea Wolfe is the first transgender athletes to make their nation's Olympic teams. Hubbard could be the first out trans women to compete in the Games
We'll take a look at the sounds and news of history in the making.'
Among our guests this week are Suzanne Abair and WNBA standout and UConn All-American Renee Montgomery. They are also co-owners of the Atlanta Dream, and they sit down with Karleigh Webb to look back at how last year's fightback against police brutality also powered a fight that led to them both becoming teams owners by standing up for human rights and making an investment in women's sports. We also have producer Charlie Hano and director Regina Victor from one of the nation's most innovative theatre companies, the Actors Theatre of Louisville. On June 29, they will unveil a performance of the acclaimed sport-themed stage play "The Wolves", with a twist: A cast composed entirely of trans thespians
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