Indianapolis Monthly

Q+A LaVall Jordan Basketball Coach

AFTER GEORGE FLOYD WAS KILLED THIS SPRING, YOU MENTIONED IN AN INTERVIEW THAT YOU HAD CONVERSATIONS WITH YOUR FAMILY ABOUT WHETHER YOU SHOULD SAY SOMETHING PUBLICLY. ULTIMATELY, YOU SPOKE ON THE STEPS OF THE INDIANA WAR MEMORIAL, AND HAVE BEEN TWEETING ABOUT RACIAL JUSTICE EVER SINCE. WHAT LED YOU TO SPEAK UP AND GET INVOLVED?

Initially, there was so much to process emotionally. Just knowing the history of what Black people have been

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