On Friday, August 13th at 3pm, Bobby Bishop welcomed Craig Littlepage, former Athletic Director at the University of Virginia. First African American AD in the Atlantic Coast Conference, 17 years at the helm. They discussed what opportunities there are for people of color in Sports Management and administration. Join us for a conversation about racism, opportunities, and celebration, on Unheard Voices. (UVA Athletics photo)
Unheard Voices is a weekly program that aims to create dialogue and raise awareness in the community at large. Each show is hosted by a member of our diverse collective of people from backgrounds under-represented in the media and in power. Unheard Voices looks at historical and current events as well as systemic issues, primarily affecting members of the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) communities, but relevant to everyone.
Omar Guzman is currently a student at San Jose State University where he is majoring in RTF (Radio, Television and Film). His focus in screenwriting. Besides going to school, Omar loves to play video games, cycle, and play with his loving Boston Terrier, Archie. Omar's main goal is to make sure Watsonville does not continue to get overshadowed by its neighbors.