Tag: documentary

ICEF Rugby Program Helping Inner City Students Learn, Grow

Rugby can trace its origins to the Rugby School in Warwickshire, England, in the 1820s. At the Inner City Education Foundation (ICEF) Public Schools in southern Los Angeles, those roots are found in a nearby parking lot adjacent to View Park Prep High School. Continue reading “ICEF Rugby Program Helping Inner City Students Learn, Grow”

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Importance of Lacrosse to Iroquois Featured in New Documentary

Lacrosse is more than a game — it is a ritual, a medicine, a tradition, a culture, and an identity.

The sport is an original Iroquois game, played to honor the Creator. The Iroquois have a deep relationship with the game and much respect for it. Children are given homemade wooden lacrosse sticks when they’re born — they’re taught to respect the stick, learn about its importance, and cherish it. Continue reading “Importance of Lacrosse to Iroquois Featured in New Documentary”

‘Mr. Chibbs’ Tells Story of Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson

Documentarian Jill Campbell and her crew drove to John F. Kennedy Airport to pick up the subject of their next project: former New York City basketball prodigy and retired NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson. Continue reading “‘Mr. Chibbs’ Tells Story of Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson”