NBC Sports will bring together several prominent members of the sports community Monday night for an important discussion about race and sports in today's society.
NBC Sports' Damon Hack will host "Race and Sports in America: Conversations," a roundtable discussion with NBA analyst Charles Barkley, Warriors star Stephen Curry, Chargers coach Anthony Lynn and several others about racial justice and how sports can play a role in combating inequality.
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The panel will touch on a number of topics, including their immediate reactions to George Floyd's death, their personal experiences in the weeks since his murder, the relationship between athletes and law enforcement and their thoughts on what conversations we should be having about race a year from now.
"This crap started 400 years ago," Barkley says in the special. "We can't do anything about systematic racism. What I challenge every Black person, every White person to do: What can I do today going forward?"
The broadcast will consist of two segments featuring the following panelists:
Segment 1: Kyle Rudolph, Anthony Lynn, Troy Mullins and James Blake
Segment 2: Stephen Curry, Charles Barkley, Jimmy Rollins and Ozzie Smith
Here's when and how to watch:
How to watch Race and Sports in America: Conversations (live stream) originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston