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What we’ve come to champion of athletes today pales juxtaposed to what so many did in the cauldron of the late ‘60s civil rights movement.
Amid continued revelations of sexual assault, the federation should self-impose a penalty by withdrawing from the next world championships and Olympics until its house is razed and rebuilt properly.
Before Colin Kaepernick took a knee, Pistons center Olden Polynice stopped eating — during the NBA season — to protest how the Clinton administration was treating Haitians seeking asylum in the U.S.
Just look at some of these college football coaching contracts going around.
The onetime quarterback’s appearance this month on the cover of GQ is an example of the stylization of black resistance, but how we remember him is yet to be determined.
By using the word ‘inmates,’ Texans owner subconsciously expressed a desire to corral the players and return them to their place.
The president’s reality is calculatedly one-dimensional.
What Colin Kaepernick birthed as a protest against the unchecked extrajudicial killing of black men has been co-opted by mostly white owners into dinner theater.
Over the past decades, the city and its taxpayers have built new stadiums for the Texans, Astros, Rockets and Dynamo while its two World War II-era dams fell into disrepair.
Columnist Kevin Blackistone answers your questions about the upcoming NBA season.