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  • Chris Mosier

400+ Athletes, 50+ Orgs and 300+ Scholars: Trans Women Belong in NCAA Sports founder Chris Mosier is among over 400 current and former NCAA, Professional, Olympic and Paralympic athletes including WNBA coach Cheryl Reeve, USWNT champion Megan Rapinoe, WNBA players Layshia Clarendon, Sue Bird and Brianna Turner who sent an open letter to the NCAA Board of Governors calling on them to protect trans athletes and their right to participate in NCAA sports, despite politically-motivated drives to discriminate against and sideline them.

This letter was accompanied by a separate letter from & 53 other LGBTQI+ advocacy, gender justice and sport organizations and 56 PFLAG chapters nationwide calling on the NCAA Board of Governors to protect the rights of transgender athletes to compete in NCAA sports, and a letter from more than 300 scholars and academics.

You can read more about the letters in The Washington Post.

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