"Shut up and dribble" has long been the thinking many have had regarding the intersection of sports and social justice. However, we talked with members of the LMU women's basketball team about the power that their voices as athletes have and gained insight into the social justice work they are doing as a team.

Chris Benis, asst. sports editor, has been a dedicated writer for the Loyolan since September 2020. He writes primarily about in-season critiques and enjoys publishing single-player features.

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