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CAA Amplify Conference Draws Big Names From Worlds Of Sports, Politics, Entertainment

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 22 / 17

Clippers coach DOC RIVERS was one of many speakers from the sports and entertainment industries who spoke about race, immigration, cultural diversity and inclusion at the CAA Amplify conference yesterday in Laguna Beach. About 150 people -- including actors, writers, directors, athletes, political...

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