In June, The Civility Center Reminds Us - Respect In Sports Is Important

"There is a reason why Educators call competitive sports the 'other half of education.' The lessons in sports is a real life example of the competitive world we live in. Sportsmanship is acting "civil" towards your opponents, teammates, officials, fans and coaches."

In the Month of June , The Civility Center Reminds Us – RESPECT IN SPORTS IS IMPORTANT.


The National Civility Center www.civilitycenter.org has created a monthly calendar that includes events, ideas, and inspiration from around the world. They’ve made this available to the public online in hopes of encouraging people to bring their most kind, most considerate, most civil self to all their interactions. Every month focuses on a different aspect of civility and its interaction with life, and June’s is : CIVILITY IN SPORTS


“There is a reason why Educators call competitive sports the ‘other half of education.’ The lessons in sports is a real life example of the competitive world we live in. Sportsmanship is acting “civil” towards your opponents, teammates, officials, fans and coaches.”


– Kent Roberts, Founder, National Civility Center


The message is : Whether it’s intramural sports, playing as part of a team at the community level, or competing as a professional athlete, participation in sports offers an opportunity to strive for personal excellence. But sports are also about camaraderie, teamwork, and discipline, as well as presenting ourselves with self-respect. …It’s time to bring civility back to sports.


Every month includes an affirmation, and for June, the mantra is : “Respect in Sports is important. Today I will exercise good sportsmanship.”


About the Civility Center – The Civility Center envisions a civil world, where individuals, organizations, and communities exist cohesively and thrive while operating in mutually beneficial relationships that are in service of each other and their relevant societies. OUR VISION Is a civil world, where individuals, organizations, and communities exist cohesively and thrive while operating in mutually beneficial relationships that are in service of each other and their relevant societies. OUR MISSION Is to be the catalyst for conversation about civility in society and to provide leadership, resources, and tools that empowerand enable individuals and organizations to be civility champions in their communities.


Media Contacts :


Kent Roberts


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248-891-0640


or


Tracy Lamourie


Publicist


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