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We are honored to join with Ohio State’s Department of Athletics, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and the Sports and Society Initiative to screen this compelling new documentary about the Loyola Ramblers, a team that changed the game of college basketball during the height of the civil rights era.
The Loyola Project chronicles the Loyola Ramblers, a boundary-busting team that featured four black starters and overcame numerous racial issues on the road—including death threats and debris thrown by hostile crowds—to ultimately become champions on the court and in the community. The film is narrated by 2021 Loyola basketball captain and Final Four team member Lucas Williamson. (88 mins., DCP)
Stay after the screening for a conversation about race, athletics, and other issues explored in the film. Panelists include Clark Kellogg, Ohio State basketball great, former Indiana Pacer, and current CBS Sports College Basketball analyst; Nicole Kraft, director of Ohio State’s Sports and Society Initiative; and Gary “Doc” Sailes, sport sociologist and an associate professor emeritus at Indiana University as well as a commercial sports industry consultant working with college, professional, and Olympic athletes, teams, and organizations (including the NBA, NFL, MLB, and NCAA). Wexner Center Director of Film/Video David Filipi moderates the conversation.
The Loyola Project | Image courtesy of O'Malley Creadon Productions
The event is cosponsored by Ohio State’s Department of Athletics, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Sports and Society Initiative, and Wexner Center for the Arts.
FILM/VIDEO PROGRAMS MADE POSSIBLE BY
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY
Rohauer Collection Foundation
WEXNER CENTER PROGRAMS MADE POSSIBLE BY
The Wexner Family
Greater Columbus Arts Council
The Columbus Foundation
Ohio Arts Council
American Electric Power Foundation
L Brands Foundation
Mary and C. Robert Kidder
Bill and Sheila Lambert
Institute of Museum and Library Services
Vorys, Sater, Seymour, and Pease
Arlene and Michael Weiss
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President Kristina M. Johnson and Mrs. Veronica Meinhard
Russell and Joyce Gertmenian
Liza Kessler and Greg Henchel
Ron and Ann Pizzuti
Joyce and Chuck Shenk
Bruce and Joy Soll
Clark and Sandra Swanson
The Loyola Project