Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in Loyola Marymount University football history, in an era rife with discrimination, to a decisive moment that teetered on the edge between principle and policy. Of race, touchdowns, and ethics, this exhibition tells the story of the game the nationally-ranked team did not play in the season of 1950.

"Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination" is an exhibition created by Javier Garibay, Librarian-in-Residence at the William H. Hannon Library. The exhibition is on display in Level 1 of the library.

Saturday, December 15

William H. Hannon Library, Level 1
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045