Michael D. Green: Subjectivity and Unpacking Inequities in Rowing
#040 - Michael D. Green is of Jamaican descent and a Senior heavyweight rower at Dartmouth College.
In this episode, we talked about:
- How he got into rowing [4:18 ]
- His thoughts on authenticity [13:22 ]
- Michael’s insight on access-related inequities as a result of program cuts on diversity within rowing [16:32 ]
- Advice for younger rowers of color [21:04 ]
- Code switching [24:45 ]
- Advice for coaches to understand social issues about race [30:28 ]
- Ever feeling like the go-to race person for his rowing team [34:42 ]
- The biggest takeaway for YOU, the listener [43:00 ]
… and much more.
To get in touch with Michael, please reach him on Instagram @michael_d_green or on Twitter @thoughts_by_mdg
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