Tag: black activism

NFL Reciever Kenny Stills Calls Out Miami Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross For Being a Trump-Loving Hypocrite

Kenny Stills #10 and Albert Wilson #15 of the Miami Dolphins kneel during the national anthem prior to their game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on September 30, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Photo: Jim Rogash (Getty Images) If Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross decides to follow through on his plans to host […]

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NFL Receiver Kenny Stills Calls Out Miami Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross for Being a Trump-Loving Hypocrite

Kenny Stills #10 and Albert Wilson #15 of the Miami Dolphins kneel during the national anthem prior to their game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on September 30, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Photo: Jim Rogash (Getty Images) If Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross decides to follow through on his plans to host […]

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Angela Davis to be Inducted Into the National Women’s Hall of Fame

Photo: Jemal Countess (Getty Images) The National Women’s Hall of Fame prides itself on celebrating the achievements of transcendent women throughout the course of American history. And this fall, educator and activist Angela Davis will be recognized for both her courage and accomplishments. The Associated Press reports that Davis is among the class of 2019 […]

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Barack Obama Gives Urban Alliance Interns the Surprise of Their Lives

Photo: Bill Pugliano (Getty Images) In his efforts to further cement his status as the coolest former president of all-time, Barack Obama treated students at his Obama Foundation to a special surprise. On Tuesday, the Hill reports that our forever president pulled up on a group of Urban Alliance interns, more commonly known as the […]

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Tennis Great Arthur Ashe Honored with Street Naming Ceremony in Virginia

Photo: Tony Duffy (Getty Images) In 1968, a year fraught with violent civil rights protests and the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., tennis legend Arthur Ashe became the first black male athlete to win the U.S. Open. But beyond his groundbreaking accomplishments on the tennis court, his tireless activism off of it is equally […]

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