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Hidden Figures: The Dynasty of Black Athletic Excellence

Most of the sports we know and love are dominated by black athletes, but this wasn’t always the case.

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A Testimony From of the Book Mamba Mentality

Thinking about it, Kobe would’ve wanted to know how much he impacted that 23-year-old reporter that was star-struck and kept bugging him.

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Kamala: The Product of All of America’s Female Hidden Figures

Will America openly accept change, or will a long history of sexism and racism block Kamala’s quest for change?

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MLB To Count Negro League Stats

The MLB announced that the team records and individual player stats from the Negro leagues would now be counted in unity with Major League Baseball stats.

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Jrue Holiday, Philanthropist

On December 19th, Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday publicly announced that he was donating the remainder of his 2019-2020 salary to small black owned businesses, nonprofits and initiatives. This is a huge move from the former All-Star. It shows that the social justice efforts from last season has not gone forgotten. In a time where […]

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Jimmy Butler and Django share more than their appearance

If you’ve seen the movie Django, it’s probably easy for you to see the similarities between him and Jimmy Butler based on their appearance. No explanation is needed. If you look at Jamie Foxx and Jimmy Butler side-by-side, other than one being 5-foot-9 and the other being 6-foot-7, you’ll see the similarities in their features. […]

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This is the perfect opportunity for OKC to hire a Black head coach

It was no secret that this offseason for the Oklahoma City Thunder would be busy, full of movement and uncertainty. We also didn’t know that those things would be what pushes former head coach Billy Donovan away after five seasons with the Thunder. “We have the utmost respect for him. The things he did here […]

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