See below video projects showcasing our commitment to social impact, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Letter To My Hero: Maxi Rall

In celebration of Women’s History Month, DAZN continues its supersized rollout of content throughout March celebrating heroes in women’s sport. ‘Letter To My Hero’ debuts as a poignant series in partnership with pledge-based social impact football movement Common Goal. 

 



						
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Cover image for Stop Asian Hate video featuring Brandun Lee as a child and family

Stop Asian Hate x Brandun Lee

In honor of the final week of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we collaborated with one of boxing’s rising stars Brandun Lee to produce a short feature that shines a spotlight on the rise in anti-Asian hate and Brandun’s own personal reflection about his half Asian-American, half Mexican-American identity. This piece recognizes and celebrates Asian pride and explores what we can all do to learn more, act and stand united with the Asian community.

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Cover image for Letters to My Younger Self video featuring Franchon Crews

Letter to my Younger Self

We collaborated with five of the most prominent women fighters in the world to produce an inspiring and poignant docuseries that shines a spotlight on their journeys thus far titled “Letter To My Younger Self.” Jessica McCaskill, Cecilia Brækhus, Seniesa Estrada, Ramla Ali and Franchon Crews-Dezurn are each featured in their own episode, reading out loud a candid letter to their younger self that in just over one minute touches on the their extraordinary journeys to date, in a captivating way that will undoubtedly inspire generations of girl athletes to come.

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Be Like Ali: Exploring the Legacy of “The Greatest”

In collaboration with the Muhammad Ali estate, we curated a short feature centers around the duty the current generation of boxers have in advocating for social justice and racial equality – just as boxer and civil rights activist Muhammad Ali was most noted for.

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Remembering Black Wall Street

On a night when we showcase the city of Tulsa, it is important to recall its history and honor its legacy. This short feature shines a light on the legacy of Tulsa, and our wider hope for living harmoniously whilst acknowledging and appreciating diverse cultural experiences.

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