From Serena and Venus Williams taking over the tennis world, to Usain Bolt’s Olympic wins, there’s plenty of inspiration for the next generation of sports leaders.
Well, well, well. Sage Steele, everyone’s favorite ESPN anchor who loves to tell anyone who will listen just how “not black” she is, may have just found out about her blackness the hard way. It is being reported that Steele is officially out at ESPN and that she will be replaced by the blonde Michelle […]
3/22/17- Roland Martin talks to ESPN’s Bomani Jones about Colin Kaepernick‘s free agency and if he thinks the Quarterback is getting a fair deal since taking a stance last year. “I think he played fairly well last year. I don’t think he was bad. A lot of football people will make the argument about his […]
Without a doubt the 2016 Rio Olympics was a historic event for African-Americans. Over 28 million people on average witnessed the overload of #BlackGirlMagic daily and if that wasn’t enough, tens of millions streamed the games online, getting an even bigger dose of what black athletes were made of. Check out the individual accomplishments of the black […]
Kenny ‘The Jet’ Smith talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the NBA TV and TNT comprehensive NBA All-Star coverage including the network’s exclusive coverage of the 2017 NBA All-Star Game, Sunday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. CST. He also reveals details about his superstar filled annual All Star party. On hosting alongside […]
Four-time Olympic Gold medalist and three-time World all-around gymnastics champion Simone Biles, is the most decorated female gymnast. The nineteen-year-old talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about her new book Courage To Soar. “It was pretty easy to open up and tell my story. I grew up in foster care for a couple of years before my […]
Even though Clemson defeated Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl, 31-0, most of the conversation surrounds Defensive Lineman Christian Wilkins, after he inappropriately grabbed OSU’s Christian Samuels. Watch below. https://twitter.com/RedditCFB/status/815375519067738113 Wilkins has since apologized, telling ESPN, “I was being silly, and I apologize for that,” Wilkins said to Hale. “It’s stuff you do when you’re competing, […]
During a basketball game Monday at Warrensburg High School in Missouri, White students turned their backs during the introduction of Center High School players, who are predominantly Black.
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