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Richard E. Lapchick was selected as one of the "100 Most powerful people in sport" by The Sporting News. Lapchick brought his experience as a civil rights activist, scholar, and author to Northeastern University where he founded and has directed the Center for the Study of Sport in Society since 1984. He has written nine books and is a regular columnist for The Sporting News. Lapchick serves as an advisor to the Reverend Jesse Jackson and the Rainbow Commission on Fairness in Sport and to the players assocations of the NBA and NFL on the issue of racial hiring practices in sport.
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