Vol 2 No. 68 April 19, 2024

Transform with Sports

Vol 2 No. 68 April 19, 2024

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Hi NTI Learner,

Sports empower and transform individuals, including those with disabilities. They provide opportunities to be part of a community while learning valuable skills like teamwork and leadership that stick with you long after you’ve left the field, track, or court. Interested in diving deeper into sports, activism, nutrition, and what it means to be part of an inclusive team? Check out the recommended courses below!

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“Don’t Judge People with Disabilities, You Don’t Know Their Abilities”

Tune into this week’s Midweek Mindset as Talibah shares her remarkable journey of navigating life and athleticism with cerebral palsy. She made waves as the first Barbadian to compete in the Pan Am Paralympic Games in Chile, snagging an impressive 5th place. Then, she clinched a spot at the para badminton World competition in Thailand, where she now proudly holds the 28th world ranking. At just 22, she’s also the youngest member on the board and the Public Relations Officer of BARNOD (Barbados National Organisation for the Disabled). Don’t miss her insights on the importance of sports for people with disabilities and more!

Recommended Courses

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Morehouse College - Beginner Level - Approx. 15 hours to complete

Learn how to create and apply new ways of thinking about activism within the world of sports in history and today.

Duke University - Mixed Level - Approx. 12 hours to complete

Draw on the tools of anthropology, sociology, history, and other disciplines in this course and gain new perspectives on the games we watch and play.
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University of Michigan - Mixed Level - Approx. 14 hours to complete

Learn how to create a vision, effective communication, goal setting and performance alignment for your teammates.

National Academy of Sports Medicine - Beginner Level - Approx. 22 hours to complete

Get equipped to provide evidence-based guidance to those seeking to improve body composition, athletic performance, and health.


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