The Orlando Magic Proudly Celebrates Pride Month
In celebration of Pride Month, shop our Pride Collection. All proceeds from the sale of the NBA Pride Shirts will benefit GLSEN’s work to create safe spaces for LGBTQ+ and allied youth in schools.Shop Now
June marks the five-year anniversary of the Pulse nightclub tragedy. In remembrance, the onePULSE Foundation and a number of community partners will host a variety of community-wide activities during the Five-Year Pulse Remembrance Week, June 5 through 12.Learn More
The Orlando Magic Honor Juneteenth
Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. It is a day to stand in solidarity to recognize and celebrate Black history and culture.
Juneteenth Town Hall
The conversation featured the history and significance of Juneteenth and explored the African American presence in Orlando from 1865 to present, as well as highlighted successful Black-owned businesses
Founder, Monica May Communications (Moderator)
Co-Founder and General Counsel, National Black Bank Foundation
Mayor Eddie Cole
Dr. Jeremy Levitt
Founder & President, Stono Institute & Distinguished Professor of International Law at FAMU
Dr. Bridget Williams
Chief of Staff, Orange County Public Schools
Walk With Us Town Hall Series
The Orlando Magic Proudly Celebrated Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
Throughout the month of May, we honored and celebrated the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. We hosted a special edition of the Walk With Us Town Hall Series featuring Asian American leaders sharing rare insights highlighting the Asian American experience in corporate America and their unique perspectives concerning the recent #StopAsianHate movement.
Missed the town hall? Watch here:
The Orlando Magic Proudly Celebrated Women's History Month
Throughout the month of March, we honored the contributions of women in sports, business and government. During the inaugural Gamechang(HER) Empowerment & Leadership Summit presented by XYMOprint, we heard from incredible women from across sports and business with inspiring and empowering messages.
Miss a session? View content from both days here:
The Orlando Magic Proudly Celebrated Black History Month
Throughout the month of February, we reflected and honored the rich history and culture of our black community by hosting a new Walk With Us Town Hall Series.
Walk With Us Town Hall Series
State of Diversity and Inclusion
Diversity of Business to Basketball
The Positive Business Impact of Supplier Diversity
Social Justice Game Changers
Black History Month Spotlights
Desmond Meade Florida Rights Restoration Coalition
Dr. Shanta Barton-Stubbs New Image Youth Center
Mike Scott My Brother's Keeper Orlando
Dr. Randy NelsonProgram director for the Bethune-Cookman University Criminal Justice Administration Graduate Program
The MLK Commission
The Orlando Magic is a proud sponsor of the City of Orlando Mayor's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission. The mission of the Commission is to strengthen our community by promoting Dr. King's legacy of service, equality, justice, peace, respect and inclusion for all.Learn More
Supporting Diversity, Equity & Inclusion All Year Long
Coach Clifford's Social Justice Game Changers
As part of the Magic and Coach Clifford’s continuing efforts toward social justice reform, Clifford created the Social Justice Game Changer program to honor one local leader who has made a difference in the realm of social justice issues. Through this program, Clifford put the spotlight on those continuously doing the hard work, day in and day out, fighting for sustainable change. As part of his program, one person was selected and honored each game.
The Magic of Mentoring
The Magic of Mentoring initiative works to reduce the achievement gap among Central Florida minority males by providing educational experiences, exposure to careers in sports and mentorship. Since program inception over 750 minority male youth have participated in the Magic's Minority Male Youth Summit learning from prominent minority male leaders from the area. Take part in shaping the lives of our Central Florida youth and become a mentor today.
Orlando Community Pledge
The Orlando Community Pledge offers an opportunity for every individual and organization to stand with Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, his MLK Commission and our city to denounce racism and discrimination. Standing (virtually) shoulder to shoulder united in our core beliefs is a powerful statement, an even more powerful effort will be answering the call to action.Sign the Pledge