Andrew Maraniss is a New York Times bestselling author of sports nonfiction for teens and adults. He is also director of special projects at the Vanderbilt University Athletic Department. Online at www.andrewmaraniss.com and on Twitter @trublu24.
Trish Roberts and Lusia Harris both came from places with histories of racist violence
The racing circuit returns to the Nashville Superspeedway after an absence of 37 years
His Dodgers teammates were slow to recognize signs that were obvious to others
New book, ‘Games of Deception,’ looks at other black American athletes in Berlin and the country’s all-white basketball team
After bankruptcy and a DUI, the former schoolboy legend is happy to be coaching at Fisk University
Pioneering sports administrator saw his role as more than producing winning teams
Comparing coverage of Smith and Carlos in 1968 to Kaepernick today shows what’s changed — and what hasn’t
Former Packer and Alabama coach Bill Curry on attending King’s funeral and how football affected his views on race
A memorial service at Vanderbilt celebrates his life on court and off
A state struggles to remember a racial pioneer — is it partly because of his sexuality?