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Kevin B. Blackistone, ESPN panelist and visiting professor at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, writes sports commentary for the Post.
It would be a zenith of insincerity for Kaepernick to continue his stand for racial justice and at the same time take a paycheck from a team that symbolizes racial injustice through its nickname.
It's been quite a week to follow the Wizards. Let's get it all out.
The running back is taking a stand against a league that treats players as replaceable.
After months of Minnesota discord, can Butler get along with his new Philly teammates? What does the future hold for Tom Thibodeau?
While some black athletes skipped the 1968 Olympics in protest, the most lasting image was of two who went.
Our sports, and particularly those who star in them, become expressions of who we are, and how we live.
Amanda Blackhorse says, despite setbacks in court, native people are winning the battle.
This is why Muhammad Ali was wary of commercial influences on his career.
The late singer unabashedly infused the song with her politics, which were steeped in a childhood stirred by the civil rights movement.
Columnist Kevin Blackistone answers your questions about the upcoming NBA season.