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Just as she reshaped tennis for Black people, Williams will bend the definition of what it means to end an athletic career
The long-awaited opening is the continuation of not only keeping her husband’s legacy alive, but her determination and ferocity
Briscoe, 76, was the first Black quarterback to start in the AFL, inspiring African American athletes who followed at the position
Supreme Court’s rejection of Flood’s challenge to MLB’s reserve clause on June 19, 1972, coincides with the Juneteenth observance
Rhoden: The Giants manager’s decision to protest during the playing of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ reminded me why I decided to stand again
The HBCU-to-pros pipeline may not be as rich as it was 30 years ago, but former NFL player and Delaware State coach Rod Milstead believes the talent and dedication are there
If Robinson’s success could break the color barrier for good in MLB, why can’t victories and championships do the same for Black managers?
In the right environment, he may have matured and survived the inevitable foibles of youth. I was pulling for him to do so.
The two-time national champ has filled college basketball’s Black leadership void left by the former Georgetown coach two decades after his retirement
‘Has the NCAA taking women’s sports from the AIAW been helpful? Yes. Is it where it needs to be? No.’