Each year Diversity in Aquatics Program honors those individuals who help to further the mission of curving the drowning statistics, increasing swimming competency amongst undeserved /underrepresented communities by increasing aquatic sports participation, for fitness, recreation, health, competition, and professions, for youth and adults.
Nominations are due by Feb 15th. Make your nomination at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScMZ6aXb-B3o5T1WPw_la5H6H7pqBPdBlGwppbhgkI9xjhx-A/viewform
I have an interest in health literacy. I started my daughter with swim lessons when she was six months old. I was saddened by the recent deaths of members of an African-American due to drowning. I am involved in aquatic exercises and my hair outgrew the traditional swim caps. To solve the problem, I have invented a swim cap for dreads, braids, weaves or anyone with long thick hair. It is my belief concern for your hair should not be an impediment to learning a necessary life skill.
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