BGHC Launches Digital Event Programming Series

The mission of Black Girl Hockey Club (BGHC) is to always inspire and sustain a passion for the game of hockey within the Black community, specifically for our mothers, sisters, daughters, and friends. Achieving this requires a commitment to educating and engaging everyone within the hockey community, at all levels, to have honest discussions on … Continue reading BGHC Launches Digital Event Programming Series

We Are Sport-Diversity and Leadership Panel Discussion

This post was written by guest contributor, Angela P. Shenk Angela is an artist, attorney and devoted Penguins fan living Connecticut. One of her favorite and most inspiring hockey experiences is sharing her love of hockey with the Miller Elementary students at the 2019 BGHC meetup in P’burgh. Angela spreads the ‘gospel’ of BGHC wherever … Continue reading We Are Sport-Diversity and Leadership Panel Discussion

Starting a Conversation: Kwame Mason on Hockey, Race and Representation

Damon Kwame Mason wanted to start a conversation. No one was talking about hockey players who looked like him and that just wouldn’t do.  Mason wrote, directed and produced the documentary “Soul on Ice: Past Present and Future.” The film, released in 2015, traces back to the roots of black athletes playing hockey, features interviews … Continue reading Starting a Conversation: Kwame Mason on Hockey, Race and Representation

Screen the Willie O’Ree Documentary at Middleburg Film Festival With BGHC October 19

See Willie with BGHC The first Black Girl Hockey Club meetup of the 2019-2020 NHL season is coming up in Washington D.C. October 18 at Capital One Arena, which just happens to be the same weekend the Willie (2019) documentary is set to screen right up the road at the Middleburg Film Festival. The film, a … Continue reading Screen the Willie O’Ree Documentary at Middleburg Film Festival With BGHC October 19