Inside HOKIE SPORTS | Vol. 14 No. 6 | June 2022 13 The Loyola Project The Diversity and Inclusion Council held a screening and postshowing forum of The Loyola Project, a film detailing the 1963 NCAA Champion Loyola University Chicago men’s basketball team and the inherent racism the four Black starters faced during their run. A total of four screenings were held in April 2022, and the post-screening discussion was led by Dr. Letisha Brown, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology. SAAC Unity Through Awareness Panel SAAC once again spearheaded an effort to promote an authentic dialogue about racial and social justice in our community and country. SAAC president Kahlil Dover moderated a panel that discussed social media’s impact on change, mental health, recognizing prejudices, and making the change from being bystanders to allies. This panel included representatives from a variety of campus organizations, including: Senija Davis, Black Organizations Council; Danny Robertson; Hokie Pride; Mohamed Hussein, President, Muslim Student Union; and Timi Adams, Men’s Soccer. Kristi Castlin, Jaila Tolbert, and Morgan Bowen join ESPNW Campus Conversations. Speakers gather for SAAC Unity Through Awareness Panel. Men’s Soccer strides through campus during Unity Walk. Jerry Gaines recognized during Hokies MBB game vs. Syracuse. ICAT projection illuminates Black Love in Blacksburg. Female student-athletes listen intently during ESPNW Campus Conversations. Essence Henderson speaks at SAAC Unity Walk.