Well let me say this, Jim I know you enjoy a pot stir now and again so please take my comments as such.
The meme is effective in getting a quick overview of the issue but if I were to nit pick I would ask some questions: Why the age difference? We have an adult and children of different ages, there are issues with that alone, wouldn't they be together? Wouldn't the adult give the children the better spots? Also why are they all the same skin color, it might be more impactful if this had different groups represented. Adding to groups being represented, they all seem to be male. I could be mistaken but that is my programming speaking that initially without seeing their faces they seem male. Females don't like baseball? Also they don't seem to have any representation of someone with a physical disability. Further they are watching through and over a fence, yet we see the crowd inside, they have seats in the stands, our group in the picture is further away from the game with no access to restrooms, refreshment, comradery, I suppose that is the cost of seeing the game for free. I could go on but I think you get me. The meme does its job, we are discussing the issues.
Like the Mr. Bedwell noted in the comments above, I struggled with a number of the visual details and the details bother me honestly. The greatest benefit to achieving an equitable community is to be both playing and enjoying an activity together, next to each other, and not separated. Although the visual adds an insight, for me it still misses the goal.
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