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Couple of big announcements today ...

First, we are excited to announce the 2016 Project Play Summit -- May 17 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. More info here:

Also today, we launch a Facebook page for Project Play, at While you are welcome to continue conversations here, note that we will now directing our social conversations through Facebook. And doing a lot more than we did with the Google+ community.  

Please join us on Facebook  (and Twitter @AspenInstSports)-- and at the Summit. The event sold out a month in advance last year, so make sure to sign up when registration opens Feb. 1. Attendance again will be capped at 350. Hope to see you then.

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Why this work really matters.

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Physical literacy, plus kid-sized equipment? What's not to love?

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At the 2015 Project Play Summit, the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation announced that it would be convening a sport-for-development collective impact coalition to create a framework for stakeholders to work together effectively in order to improve opportunities for youth in New Orleans. 

In September, Laureus hosted a Sport for Good weekend in New Orleans that began with a Project Play training session for the city-wide coalition of youth sports providers. Laureus released a state of youth sports and physical activity report that addressed the needs of children in the Orleans Parish and included profiles of local children, authored by the Aspen Institute and journalist Hugo Kugiya, whose lives hang in the balance.

Also that weekend, I moderated a lively panel at Tulane University that focused on the challenge of retaining girls in sports. Participating in the dialogue were Olympic champions Allyson Felix (track) and Kelly Clark (snowboarding), former Saints running back Deuce McAllister, and Playworks chief marketing officer Tonya Antonucci.

Check out video highlights from the panel, which addressed the racial gap in participation rates among white, African American and Hispanic girls and challenges of retaining girls in general as they move into the teenage years.

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I Run a mental development program for athletes.  if anybody is interested in contributing, let me know1 

Hi all, thanks for letting me join!  I love this

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Last month, led by the USTA, 45 leading sport organizations released a statement in support of multi-sport play. Earlier this week, we convened many of those groups at the US Open to further explore opportunities to collaborate around a multi-sport message and to ask, "what's next?"

More information on the statement in support of multi-sport play and the US Open events here:

I cant wait to hear about new developments.  I'm creating an awareness about movement being a behavior pattern coupled with care for our environment. #PhysicalLiteracy  

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US Lacrosse continues to make progress on our "play" we shared at the Project Play summit to support 100% trained coaches.

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