As our nation's top amateur hockey league, our Member Clubs play a crucial role in the development of 16 to 20-year-old young men on and off the ice. Recent tragic events serve to reinforce our efforts to educate our players on the roles they can play in creating a society that practices equality, justice and human rights for all.
Beyond the change we can help influence in our locker rooms, each of our Clubs is part of the fabric of the communities we serve. The USHL and its Member Clubs are united in the commitment to promote positive change in each of these communities and address issues of race, discrimination and inequality that exist both in sport and society.
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