The Continued Blackballing of Craig Hodges

May 5, 2020 0

By: Zachary Draves The documentary The Last Dance has gotten the sports world high on nostalgia. The first five episodes have drawn millions of viewers to ESPN looking to relive some of the precious memories […]

Maya Moore: Time Off Paid Off

March 10, 2020 1

Moore Scores Outside Court Maya Moore came through with the game on the line. But we are not talking about basketball. The WNBA legend’s social justice activism scored a significant victory. (Courtesy: NBC.com) She helped […]

Malcolm X and His Impact on Sports

February 21, 2020 0

By: Zachery Draves “We declare our right on this earth to be a man, to be a human being, to be respected as a human being, to be given the rights of a human being […]

The IOC are Misguided Hypocrites

January 30, 2020 0

By: Zachary Draves The International Olympic Committee recently issued a policy memo prohibiting any sort of political expression on the part of the athletes at the summer games in Tokyo. The memo was a direct […]

MLK Day and the Removal of the Super Bowl

January 25, 2020 1

MLK Day The world commemorated MLK Day to recognize the true essence of a man who transformed American society. It is important to acknowledge his impact on every aspect of life. That includes the world […]

LeBron James: More Than An Athlete

December 31, 2019 0

By: Zachary Draves Where to go next decade? As the 2010’s close, this is a period of reflection and examining where we are and where we go. In the world of sports, much has manifested […]

A Change is Gonna Come

December 11, 2019 1

By: Zahary Draves December 11th marks the 55th anniversary of the tragic and senseless murder soul singer, entrepreneur, and civil rights icon Sam Cooke. Cooke was a revolutionary figure whose music transcended identity and culture […]

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