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A Story of Commitment: Reggie Scott | Rams Black History Month
Los Angeles photographer Max Hemphill tells the story of Rams Vice President of Sports Medicine and Performance, Reggie Scott. Click here for more Black History Month stories.
COMMUNITY PHOTOS: Rams gift $25,000 grants to black-owned Inglewood small businesses courtesy of Intuit QuickBooks
Ahead of Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium and in honor of Black History Month, the Los Angeles Rams partnered with Intuit QuickBooks and Mailchimp to provide grants for Black-owned Certified #RamsHouse businesses in Inglewood. Look through photos of these life-changing moments!
PHOTOS: Game Unlocked panel at Dorsey High School
On Thursday, February 27, members of the Rams front office conducted a panel discussion for 50 students at Dorsey High School designed to explore opportunities for minorities in professional sports and discuss topics such as building successful habits and the importance of community involvement. This is a continuation of The Game Unlocked campaign which celebrates access for minorities in sports through panel discussions and school visits.
PHOTOS: Rams host Game Unlocked Panel at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
As a continuation of the Game Unlocked campaign, the Los Angeles Rams visited Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, the only historically black institution in California to host a panel conversation. Rams front staff members shared their stories on how they got their start in sports, favorite moments in their careers and more through an inspiring conversation moderated by TV Personality, Rodney Rikai.
PHOTOS: Rams host screening of 'Just Mercy' to kickoff Black History Month
To kickoff and celebrate Black History Month, the Los Angeles Rams held a screening of Just Mercy, joined by the Regional Black Chamber of Commerce San Fernando Valley, The Ladylike Foundation, Suits and Solidarity, and several other community organizations. Following the movie, there was a post movie panel moderated by Steve Wyche from NFL Network.