​​A Call to Civil Rights Action in College Football
Graduation Rates Show Impact of NCAA's Academic Reforms
NASCAR Making Strides in Drive for Hispanic Diversity
Bithorn Paved the Way for Puerto Rican Players
Gustav Evokes Memories of Tragedy, Triumph

Games Could Have Lasting Impact for Asian-Americans
China Well-Versed In Controlling Flow of Information
Kept From Beijing, Team Darfur's Joey Cheek Fights On
Althea Gibson Must Be Smiling Over Venus, Serena
Tough Swim Through Stereotypes for African-Americans
Graduation Rates Show Promise, Room for Improvement
Candidates' Aspirations Changing Expectations in Sport
Scott and Smith Gave New Look to Tobacco Road
Breaking The College Color Barrier: Studies in Courage

​Could Diversity Have Prevented Volatile Images, Words?

Tony Elliott's Life, Death Took Tragic Turns
Group's Growth a Positive Step for Diversity in Sports Business
Lessons for the Jena 6
Racial-bias Issues Shadow the Case for Ronny Thompson
Take Notice of Latinas as Leaders in the Sports World
Magic Owner Gives Generously, Without Fanfare
WNBA Had Fewest Female Head Coaches in 2006
Hall of Fame Honors Achievements of Golf's Minority Pioneers
Baseball Must Work to Live Up to Jackie Robinson Tradition
Super Bowl Offers Colleges a Moment Worth Emulating
Hill Opened Door to ACC
Georgia Tech's McAshan Helped Pave The Way
My Gift to Ali: Hope for Peace
Report Card Shows Leagues, Colleges Increase Opportunities
Report Card: Colleges Have Long Way To Go

​NBA Pioneers Stood Tall on Racial Issues
A Reason To Celebrate Sports: Buck O'Neil
Growth in Latin Participation Good Business
College Sports Needs New Tools to Fight Resistance to Change
Tagliabue's Legacy Includes New Model For Racial Hiring
Can Newsroom Diversity Attract Readers to Sports Sections?
One Man's Vote for Commissioner: Reggie Williams
Who's Covering Whom? Sports Sections Lag in Diversity
Promise to Prominence for Asian Athletes
Diversity Worthy of Imitation From Front Office to Field
Nats' No-Brainer: Minority Ownership
The Blame Game for Graduation Rates
Latinos Assuming Broad Role in Diversity Discussion
Do The Right Thing in D.C.
The Big Screen Makes Us Think
What Will Be the Legacy of Arnie Fielkow?
NBA Players Should Dress Up
Trip to Baton Rouge Show Power of Sports to Touch Lives
Black Coaches Win Big
Mascots are a Matter of Respect
Bold Move at Delaware State
Woman Makes History at Indy 500 Without Checkered Flag
Celebrating Asian-American Athletes
Pro Hoops Set the Standard
Where's the Next D-Train?
Collegiate Graduation Numbers Don't Tell The Whole Story
Another Big Step for the NFL
Progress Continues…-in the NFL
Stop the Hazing
Nothing but Losers in Bryant Case
Colorado Makes A Bad Situation Worse
NCAA Tourneys Dished Sweet and Sour 16
Sex Sells, but Often the Price is Scandalous
"How do You Want to Be Remembered?"
Sports Must Answer This Silent Cry for Help
Bryant Case Unlocks a Vicious Danger
In Hiring Practices, MLS Lags-Then Leads
This Battle's Won, but the War Goes On
Many Bowl Teams Fail to Make the Grade
Same Old, Same Old in Coaching Circles
The Coach Fouls Out of Sportsmanship Game
Put an Asian Face on Sports Marketing
Too Many Guns, too Much Human Tragedy
A Tough Racial Barrier Comes Down
Baseball's Hiring Practices Put to the Test
They're Dying to Play the Game
WNBA Goes to the Head of the Class
Arthur Ashe: A Legacy of Courage and Hope
Title IX Temporarily Survives the Commission
Asian American Athletes: The Past, Current and Future
Athletes and Guns: The Jayson Williams Case
Smashing Barriers in College Football
The Color Bar Gets Raised in Baseball
Dying for the Game
Where Will They Be After the Cheering Stops?
A New Vision for the IOC: Anita L. DeFrantz
Black College Football Coaches Lose Yardage
Russell and Ali: Living By Principles Pays Dividends
Iverson as Rap's Rocker
Race, Athletes, and Crime (Updated Version)
Tennis Opens Up
Hank Aaron Steps Up to the Plate on the use of Native American
Breaking the Ranks: New Images in Sport
Black Coaches Association
Crime and Athletes: The New Racial Stereotypes of the 1990's
Women of Color in Sports: Double Jeopardy
Sports, Politics and Race: From South Africa to South Carolina
Rockin' Racism

Dr. Lapchick Articles: Pre-2009

​​​​​The Institute for
Diversity and Ethics in Sport

​Dr. Richard Lapchick, Director