An impressive group of Black excellence could stand to be involved in the Atlanta Dream for years to come and one person that should be at the table of the initial discussions and beyond is Colin Kaepernick.
The current onslaught of racism, hate, and division compares to the monsters both imagined and historically depicted in Lovecraft Country.
A recent boom of comics represent work from Black creators — diverse work that spans from memoirs to “Big Two” superhero sagas to original concepts.
Though more attributable to a fear of financial forfeiture than the righting of a moral compass, this decision to re-brand Washington illustrates how this current age of heightened sensitivity toward social injustice can unravel even the most stubborn threads of tradition.
The NBA’s plans to bring the game back has a lot going for it, but the risk of perpetuating another Covid-19 breakout looms large.
I bore witness to protests that continue to spread across the planet, by people from all walks of life marching peacefully while carrying signs that read “BLACK LIVES MATTER,” “I CAN’T BREATHE” and “STOP KILLING US.”
How can we learn to trust, beyond the shadow of a doubt, the very people who, on countless occasion, violated the basic human rights of the citizens they swore to protect?
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