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Hosted by celebrated history professor Matthew Andrews (University of North Carolina), this podcast explores sports from their earliest days as outlets for rowdy colonists all the way to their present status as culture-defining billion dollar industries. Sports are more than a game, much more. America's stadiums are melting pots where people from all walks of life gather to cheer, protest, and arbitrate complex questions about our national identity and purpose. From Jackie Robinson to the 1968 Olympics to Mia Hamm, Andrews explores how sports - in every generation - have set the stage for critical discussions about class, race, and gender.
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