Wade Davis talks at CSCJanuary 30,2014CASTLETON — Gay rights activist and former professional football player Wade Davis will offer a discussion on homophobia in sports, at 7 p.m. Feb. 10 at Castleton State College.
Davis was a member of the Tennessee Titans and found greater success in the NFL Europe system. In 2012, after being retired for nine years, Davis came out as gay. In 2013, Davis was named the executive director of You Can Play, which advocates for gay athletes.
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