Martenzie Johnson is a senior writer for Andscape. His favorite cinematic moment is when Django said, "Y'all want to see somethin?"
The Alabama-Texas A&M war of words is the latest example that colleges are terrified they can’t fully control their Black labor force
After a turbulent start as a professional, from struggles with losing to suspension for fighting, the Bucks forward is having fun in Milwaukee
If drafted, the defensive back would be just the second HBCU player selected since 2020
Basketball Hall of Famer is one of six Black former players whose names will be on division winners’ trophies
It doesn’t feel great that the Nets star outlasted New York’s workplace vaccine mandate. But why was he missing games at this point?
The Phoenix Suns guard wants to empower young Black voters: ‘Now is not the time to look away. We all gotta lean in now.’
For the Basketball Hall of Famer, an early life of segregation and racism shaped his actions for fairness and equality
It’s a mistake to believe that solely and uncritically working within a system of oppression will lead to greater equality and equity for Black people
No matter how much of a feel-good story Newton’s return may be, realistically there’s reason to be skeptical of how much a physically declining 32-year-old can still bring to the table
Asking Black Suns employees to answer for Robert Sarver ignores the root of the problem and existence of the solution
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