Pipeline For Change Founder & SF Giants Manager Gabe Kapler

You don't have to be a San Francisco Giants fan to be a fan of Gabe Kapler. From taking a knee for racial injustice to his non-profit organization Pipeline for Change, he shares that his activist spirit can be traced back to his parents, who were very active in the civil rights movement. Pipeline for Change  "was created to provide resources and remove obstacles for BIPOC, women, non-binary people and members of the LGBTQ+community to participate in all aspects of collegiate and professional sports". The San Francisco Giants manager (who was named National League Manager of the Year in 2021) says that baseball (and sports in general) has been dominated by white men for far too long.

In this interview, you'll hear how Gabe is focused on not just talking the talk, but walking the walk- both on and off the field. We get into everything from the importance of taking care of your mental health, to his thoughts on first moving to San Francisco, and his deep love of 90s hip-hop. We hope you enjoy this interview as much as we did!

For more information on Pipeline for Change, head to their website or follow them on IG & Twitter & FB & YT

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