A quarter of a football game per alleged sexual assault is a woefully short suspension. And this shouldn’t just be looked at as an issue “for female fans.”
What we can learn from MLB’s latest blow-up about racism.
Life lessons learned from the rise of Yankees’ pitcher Mike King.
“How do you get people to focus on *this* work and *these* stories with the same passion they focus their energy in being fans on the field?”
GMP Director of Special Projects talks innovation, diversity and inclusion, mental health and wellness, and leadership on the Tech Transfer IP Podcast with Lisa Mueller
Mike Kasdan is back at it again, talking stories and storytelling. Along for the ride are Amanda Gorman, Neil Gaiman, Kurt Vonnegut, Yuval Harari, Leslie Marmon-Silko, and Kyle from South Park.
On this Jackie Robinson Day, we share some of his most inspiring words; on baseball, on civil rights and on breaking the color barrier . . .
“It’s an epidemic and [we] need to do better.”
Can you imagine a male actor doing that bit on stage? I can’t.
Breaking news indicate that six state Attorneys General have “grave concerns” about reports of workplace harassment of women and people of color and have warned the League they may launch an investigation.
Mike Kasdan’s deconstruction of Bill Maher’s “Toxic Masculinity” set reveals that – like so many – he’s stuck in an unnecessarily binary view of masculinity. And he’s making it worse. That’s not particularly funny.
GMP Sports brings you our exclusive conversation with James Christopher (AKA, the man behind the Let’s Get Two Podcast)
Mike Kasdan reflects on how the pandemic has changed our relationship to work and way we move through the world
Mike Kasdan shares his thoughts on the Will Smith – Chris Rock incident from Oscars 2022
With Spring comes baseball. And with baseball comes the fantasy baseball draft, a tradition steeped in geeked up male camaraderie. GMP Sports is here with another edition of Sports Explained: Fantasy Baseball, the game within the game.
Michigan’s Coach Juwan Howard hugging and consoling an opposing player after they lost to Michigan is one of the signature March Madness moments.