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In recent months, the LMU women's basketball team has been working on a number of social justice initiatives. Here, we sat down with them to learn more about what their individualized, social justice-related jerseys mean to them.
"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 a…