About This Event
Having carefully fostered a close relationship with China and nurtured a basketball consumer craze across its borders, the National Basketball Association's China operations are worth over $5 billion. But its business success has placed a significant spotlight on the league’s position on China's alleged human rights violations.
Heightened criticism from owners, players, and fans combined with a series of public relations blunders over the social responsibilities of corporations have put the league on the defensive. CNBC's Jabari Young and Marc Edelman, Sports Ethics Director at CUNY's Baruch College, and Zivvy Media's Elise Labott join the Council's YP Nexus to discuss.
About YP Nexus
YP Nexus is a collection of conversations on the intersection of global issues and trends and the everyday lives of young people. Millennials, Gen Z, and ambitious Gen Alpha—this is the one-stop global shop for you. Though topics are tailored to young professionals, all are welcome to join these conversations.