Learn About Rowing Event on MLK Day

Power Ten/LPRC Co-Director Ixchel McKinnie invites you to join LPCR for a scheduled Zoom meeting, to learn about rowing on Martin Luther King Day.

Rowing, once America's most popular sport, transformed through the first half of the 20th century into a sport of privilege. Come join with us to discuss the ways perceptions, and the sport, are rediscovering its roots, and re-inventing itself as a lifelong activity available to, if not all, at least more.

Time: Jan 18, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 816 5799 5205

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Pictured: Frenchy Johnson. You can read about him in Tim Koch's June 13, 020 article, "Rowing & People of Colour" at the Hear the Boat Sing website, self-described as a blog which "covers all aspects of the rich history of rowing, as a sport, culture phenomena, a life style, and a necessary element to keep your wit and stay sane’.

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