It’s not shocking that there’s been some backlash to all of the newfound attention and empathy given to the plight of the Black man.
Major League Baseball’s battles between players and owners dates back to its founding 117 years ago.
If quarterback Colin Kaepernick were to get a tryout, make a comeback, return as a player to the NFL, he’d have far more challenges facing him than just learning his new team’s playbook.
On June 15, the WNBA announced there will be a 2020 season.
Growing up in Southern California and attending college at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Howard University softball coach Tori Tyson, 30, grew accustomed to playing on teams on which there were few Black girls.
The National Football League’s social justice initiative has continued to inspire change in underserved communities, including a $250 million commitment to bring awareness, dialogue, and a renewed direction to the conversation of racial and social inequality.
On Wednesday, June 10, NASCAR joined that ever-growing list with the announcement that it’s removing the Confederate flag from all of its events.
Either the world has come of age, or the 100 plus unexpected days of forced hibernation, along with the 110,000 plus coronavirus deaths, have broadened many of our perspectives.
NFL owners need to step out from the shadows.
Now should be a joyful time of the year for track and field athletes and their coaches.
Soccer goalie Rochelle Blair, 22, wishes she was back home in New Jersey, but her parents, both semi-retired educators, and the family dog are sheltering in place in Florida,
Three words you usually never hear from the NFL: we were wrong.
Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand are giving $100 million to organizations dedicated to promoting racial equality and social justice.
NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick, 32, hasn’t played in the NFL since the 2016 season. He was blackballed by the NFL after silently protesting police brutality by silently taking a knee on the sidelines during the national anthem at the start ...
History-making skeleton athlete Simidele Adeagbo is currently sheltering in place at her mother’s home in North Carolina.