Sandy Springs Diversity and Inclusion subcommittee wants recreation options to match minority interests
Concerned that city activities may not reflect local diversity, the Recreation subcommittee of the Sandy Springs Diversity and Inclusion Task Force intends to survey residents about how they want to play.
Desmond Curry, who heads the committee, expressed concern at its first virtual meeting on March 30 that sports activities that he said are preferred by some minority communities, such as basketball, get much less support than tennis and lacrosse.
“The more ethnic sports, I feel like we don’t have a lot of opportunities for people,” he said.
The Sandy Springs Diversity and Inclusion