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Coaches vs. Racism aims to be about more than basketball


WASHINGTON (AP) — The executive director of the Coaches vs. Racism campaign that is bringing men’s college basketball teams from Michigan and Prairie View A&M to the nation’s capital says he found inspiration for his new project from Coaches vs. Cancer. Darryl Woods says the idea was to make the event a full experience and more than merely a basketball game. That is why there are other events associated with Saturday night’s game between sixth-ranked Michigan of the Big Ten and Prairie View A&M of the Southwestern Athletic Conference. Michigan was scheduled to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Friday.

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