Ways of Grace
Former professional tennis player James Blake talked about his book Ways of Grace: Stories of Activism, Adversity, and How Sports Can Bring Us Together, in which he provides a history of political activism and professional athletes. The author, who was mistakenly handcuffed by a police man in New York City in 2015, offers his thoughts on the role athletes can play in championing political and social movements. Mr. Blake co-wrote the book with Carol Taylor. close
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Joseph Pascal Co-Founder and President Hudson Union Society
James Blake Tennis Player (Former)
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