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Wed, Nov 16



#BSPNTX Presents State of Our Union: Being Black in Sports

Join Black Sports Professionals North Texas for our most anticipated event of the year – State of Our Union: Being Black in Sports.

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#BSPNTX Presents State of Our Union: Being Black in Sports
#BSPNTX Presents State of Our Union: Being Black in Sports

Time & Location

Nov 16, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM



About the Event

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Meeting ID: 883 0482 7940

Passcode: 550329

This is an open discussion you do not want to miss. Join us as we look at what it is like to be Black in the sports industry. No question will go unanswered as we will not hold anything back as we dig deep into the challenges many have experienced in their careers. From discrimination to uplifting fellow Blacks in sports, our conversation will give insights into the skills and tools needed to navigate the sports industry and touch on the hot topics driving the conversations affecting people of color in and around the world of sports.


Breon Dennis is Vice President, CommUNITY Development for Frisco RoughRiders Baseball Club, Executive Director, RoughRiders Foundation and BSPNTX Vice President. At the RoughRiders, Dennis manages the vision of the franchise and serves as the organization’s primary community liaison for the RoughRiders brand at national, community and league-wide fundraising events and conferences.

The Shreveport, La., native spent more than 12 years with the Texas Rangers Baseball Club, including the last five-plus as Assistant Vice President for Community Outreach spearheading many community partnerships with organizations that include the annual Martin Luther King Celebration in Arlington, Tarrant County HARAMBEE Festival and Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities initiatives. In addition to his role with BSPNTX, Dennis serves on boards for Dallas Influencers in Sports & Entertainment, Maker District DFW, Chef to the Shelters, Young Leadership Academy (YMLA) Fort Worth ISD, North Texas Food Bank, Plano Committee, United Negro College Fund Leadership Council, African American Museum of Dallas, North Richland Hills Police Foundation and Plano Wellness Center for Older Adults.

Mr. CommUNITY, as he is affectionately known, earned his Bachelor of Arts and Science, Business Administration and Sport Management and Master of Science, Kinesiology and Exercise Science degrees from Dallas Baptist University.

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