Journey with an African American as he gives an inside view of the ongoing struggles to break through racial and cultural barriers in the US tennis community - from the grass courts to the board room.
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Chavis has the distinction of being the first African American to serve as President of the USTA Philadelphia Area Tennis District (1994) and the first to referee a USTA national championship tournament. He is a Life Member of the USTA, the ATA, and the International Tennis Hall of Fame. He serves on the Board of Trustees at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania and the Center for Urban Theological Studies (CUTS). In 2005, Chavis was named a Living American History Maker by the Berean Institute in Philadelphia. He resides in the Philadelphia suburb of Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania. With his wife Mila and son Bernard, 3rd.
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