Are Pro Sports Inherently Toxic?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The revelation that Chicago's National Hockey League team failed to act on a sexual assault allegation from one of its players is the latest example of problems within pro sports. In many extremely competitive arenas, winning-at-all costs attitudes lead to noxious environments and abusive cultures? To discuss this, we welcome Sheema Khan, author of, "Of Hockey and Hijab: Reflections of a Canadian Muslim Woman;" journalist Perry King, author of "Rebound: Sports, Community, and the Inclusive City;" Bruce Arthur, Toronto Star columnist and contributor to TSN; and Andi Petrillo, CBC sports broadcaster.
Toxic Culture in Sports
Nov 03, 2021
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