Health Promotion and Physical Education
This commentary is not intended to be an all-inclusive “catch-all” but a starting point to inspire behavior change, cultural fluency, and an “ideological repositioning” of how we think about our professional work. In defining anti-Blackness, the article provides perspectives from educational literature, research, and personal observations before providing a challenge to SHAPE America and all professionals involved in efforts related to the promotion of quality physical education.
Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
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Health and Physical Education Commons, Kinesiology Commons, Public Health Commons, Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education Commons, Social Justice Commons, Sports Studies Commons