Tag: Culture

Julius Jones Case: Everyone had a voice except the Oklahoma City Thunder

Everyone seemed to be outraged, except the Oklahoma City Thunder and at least two of their players, which was bewildering.

Claressa Shields: Boxing’s “G.W.O.A.T”

Now introducing America's number one women's boxing sensation. Hailing from "The fighting city" of Flint, Michigan.

Oklahoma’s Race Issues are Deeply Rooted, Starting at the Capitol

Instead of white hoods, there are MAGA hats. Instead of slave owners, there are CEOs and department heads with ulterior motives.

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.

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.

The Spiritual Dilemma Of Kyrie

The saga of Brooklyn Nets Kyrie Irving has been unlike the NBA has ever encountered. He is arguably the most polarizing talent in the NBA. From his all-time elite handle shot-making and acrobatic contorting finishes, Kyrie is second to none when it comes to pure ability. Irving is a hoop purest dream. The closest talent-wise, ...

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 ...