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Former New York Times columnist William C. Rhoden connects the dots from slavery, where black athletes were forced into sports as a diversion to quell revolutionary stirrings, to them being exploited in today's corporate market place in his book
Los Angeles Clippers point guard and future Hall of Famer Chris Paul had never visited the birthplace of basketball before. He first time was last week, during induction weekend, when he received the Mannie Jackson Human Spirit Award for his e
The anger is real and grows with more intensity every day. It's a feeling National Basketball Association legend Dick Barnett would love to extinguish, but can't.
And Barnett is not alone. Former NBA great Sam Jones shares the feeling as does
The Hampton-Howard football rivalry dates back to 1908 and has fluctuated back and forth over the last four decades. Hampton leads the all-time series with a record of 49-42-1 and the Pirates are seemingly putting some separation between themselves
Hampton University is highly regarded as one of the nations finest HBCUs, providing a wide range of technical and liberal arts bachelor degrees in 49 different programs, as well as masters degrees in 21 different programs.
While the unive
Howard and Hampton are two of the top historically black universities in America. They have fought head to head in academics, sports, campus activities and social life for decades.
While the action on the gridiron between Howard University and Hampton University may be the main attraction at the AT&T Nations Football Classic on September 17th at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C., the rivalries between the two scho