You may not know McKayla Schmidt, but she has been with the Spurs for five years as part of their marketing team.
This is her story as part of the Spurs Voices series.
“Learning about my history helped me feel more empowered. Even if I am still dealing with racism, I know that’s not going to stop me from doing what is really in my heart that I want to achieve.”— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) July 13, 2020
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A great article entitled “Racism & the Spurs Voice” was shared in our Fanposts by “White-Walker76” last month. Give it a read as it is simultaneously worthy, informative, and heartwarming.
Equality is a major topic of discussion in the NBA as it should be throughout the country. We will continue to post Spurs Voices for discussion while the Black Lives Matter movement continues to shine a light on the realities of the United States and its history with race relations.
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