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“Most Unusual And Profound Pivot We’ve Seen From An Athlete” | Myron Rolle, Former...

Ahead of the release of his new book “The 2% Way” on Monday, neurosurgeon, Rhodes Scholar and former NFL safety Myron Rolle dropped by...

“His Vile Accusations Of Racism Are Reckless And Indefensible” | Terence Crawford’s Next Bout...

Terence "Bud" Crawford takes his newfound independence seriously and is lobbing heavy allegations against his former promoter, Bob Arum. On Wednesday, Jan, 12, the current...

Martin Jarmond Named First Black Athletic Director In UCLA’s 101-Year History

I really want to feel happy inside about stories like this. Seeing Black people break through racial and corporate color barriers is a good...

New York City PSAL Offers High School Black And Latino Students Sports Crumbs

When you think of New York City, you think of a robust and diverse school system that strives to offer kids of all colors...

HBCU Baseball Programs Are Dying And Winston-Salem State Is The Latest Casualty

HBCUs are eliminating baseball programs as the financial dynamics of housing the sport loses its viability. The racial, cultural and financial conundrum that is HBCU...

MLB Must Embrace Its Rich Black Past To Strengthen Its Black Future


The 2018 MLB All-Star Game will be played in Washington, DC.  

While the proverbial Chocolate City is looking distinctly cafe au lait these days, when the hometown Nationals set up shop in 2005 after more than 20 years as the Montreal Ex

Dez Bryant’s Racial Comments Are Cockeyed, But Understandable


Black versus Black is always a big time seller in the media.

No matter whether or not a particular outlet has a left or right wing slant, it always is "big" news when a black celebrity or athlete comes out to point the finger at other blac

Champion Athletes Protesting Trump — Better Get Used To It


Within 24 hours after the New England Patriots shocked the

Dr. Harry Edwards’ Sports And Sociology Class Is In Session


Throughout his 73 years (and counting), Dr. Harry Edwards has experienced both the joys of the American dream and the bitterness of the American nightmare.

His rsum reads like a New York Times bestseller. As a star athlete at East St. Loui

Black Athlete Activism Comes Alive At The ESPY’s


Martin Luther King, Jr said he who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.  

Hearkening back to the legacies