Gun violence in Black communities across America has long been a crisis. It is not hyperbolic to deem it genocide.
The current racial justice protests and decades of civil rights activism have not curtailed Black on Black crime, as senseless loss of life to gun violence continues to devastate families and communities.
Last month, an international array of figure skaters participated in a video by the Diversify Ice Foundation advocating that skating become a more diverse and inclusive sport.
This week, professional women’s basketball players have been heading to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida to commence preparations for the upcoming WNBA season.
Brooklyn Nets center DeAndre Jordan, like so many of his fellow NBA players, had much to consider when the league decided to move forward with a return to competition
When six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady decided to take his talents to Tampa Bay to quarterback the Buccaneers in mid March
After coming to the New York Liberty in a draft night trade, New Jersey native Jocelyn Willoughby was looking forward to playing her rookie season close to home.
As student-athletes contemplate returning to their respective campuses, there are many issues to be considered.
Over the last 30 years criminal defense attorney Juliette Robinson has made headlines for standing up for her clients.
With the plans for the 2020 WNBA season moving forward, the New York Liberty is now participating in and hosting events for its fans.
College and high school athletes have agency. Specifically football and basketball players
It’s not shocking that there’s been some backlash to all of the newfound attention and empathy given to the plight of the Black man.
Major League Baseball’s battles between players and owners dates back to its founding 117 years ago.
If quarterback Colin Kaepernick were to get a tryout, make a comeback, return as a player to the NFL, he’d have far more challenges facing him than just learning his new team’s playbook.
On June 15, the WNBA announced there will be a 2020 season.