ESPN’s 2020 ESPY Awards reflected the transition our country is currently going through. Black faces are being seen and heard and White corporate America is responding and supporting those Black voices.
Even Jemele Hill was hype off the ESPYS and ESPN’s about-face. The worldwide leader went from “moving away from race and politics” to all in with the movement, to the point where I could have easily been watching a TVOne special.
Blackest #ESPYs of all time and I just don’t even know how to process what I’m seeing on screen.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) June 22, 2020
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