Jack Johnson vs. Jim Jeffries: 110 Years Later

July 6, 2020 0

Jack Johnson was a fighter for civil rights before there was a movement. He was unapologetically black before it became a hashtag. He was swag before that became common in our modern-day vernacular. He also […]

Maya Moore

July 3, 2020 0

As much as Colin Kaepernick deserves the Nobel Peace Prize, Maya Moore deserves half of the prize. The WNBA legend took two years off the court to fight for the life of Jonathan Irons. (Courtesy: […]

Toni Smith-Thompson: Continues the Good Fight

June 27, 2020 0

By: Zach Draves Athlete and advocate can perfectly sum up Toni Smith-Thompson. She was a former college basketball player at Manhattanville College who currently works as an Organizer for the New York chapter of the […]

Title IX Panel Recap

June 25, 2020 0

By: Morgan Jenkins The Women’s Sports Foundation hosted a panel to celebrate 48 years of the civil rights law being in act. The Women’s Sports Foundation was founded by tennis World Champion and social justice […]

I Can’t Hear You Coach

June 17, 2020 0

By: Morgan Jenkins Over the past few months, America has once again seen itself in the midst of multiple deaths of unarmed African American men and women by policemen. These social injustice situations have called […]

WNBA Return Presents Uncertainty

June 16, 2020 0

The WNBA announced Monday that the league will return with an abbreviated 22-.game season in July. The playoffs will maintain the same eight-team format, and the season will occur in Flordia with no fans. While […]

NASCAR: Will it Enter the 21st Century?

June 16, 2020 0

My Experiences Before I get into my commentary, I want to share some of my experiences growing up. I grew up in a NASCAR household inherited by my mother’s side of the family. I came […]

Hip Hop, Sports, and the Failure to Listen

June 16, 2020 0

Neglect Shameful The recent acts of state violence that society perpetuates on black men and women re-galvanized an already ongoing movement to humanize and protect black people. It also shed light on America’s complete and […]

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