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This Black Org Says The NFL's Decision To Fine Players Who Protest Is Exactly What It Means To #WorkWhileBlack

"Regardless of professional status, income level, educational attainment or family background, black workers are targeted in the workplace."
Maya J. Boddie
 • 3 months ago

NFL Owners Rule Players Can Continue #TakeAKnee Protests, But With One Major Catch

Out of sight; out of mind. Uh... Okay.
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 3 months ago

Here’s Why Adidas’ Disingenuous Offer To Kaepernick Contradicts The Company’s New Direction

Adidas promotes creativity, but stifles social proactivity.
Terry Lee
 • 3 months ago

The NFL Rules Players Must Continue Using Addictive Opioids Instead Of Marijuana To Manage Pain

Dr. Sue Sisley, MD: "Consuming a vast amount of opioids is far more dangerous than cannabis."
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 3 months ago

Eric Reid Joined Kaepernick In Taking A Knee. Now, Seemingly Blackballed, He’s Taking Legal Action Against The NFL

Reid is fed up!
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 3 months ago

Shaquem Griffin Is The First One-Handed Player To Be Selected In NFL Draft

He'll wreak havoc when he joins his twin brother Shaquil on the Seattle Seahawks.
Ricky Riley
 • 4 months ago

Buffalo Bills New Quarterback Josh Allen Apologized For Racially Offensive Tweets That Were Unearthed Ahead Of The NFL Draft

The new Bills QB once tweeted "If it aint white, it aint right!" in high school, which he claims came from an episode from ABC's Modern Family.
Kimberley Richards
 • 4 months ago

'We Will Not Shut Up And Dribble:' Sacramento Kings And Boston Celtics Team Up For PSA In Honor Of Stephon Clark

"Change is necessary."
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 5 months ago

Eric Reid, First Player To Kneel Alongside Colin Kaepernick, Remains Unsigned By NFL Team

Another NFL player is seemingly being blackballed for exercising his right to protest.
Kimberley Richards
 • 5 months ago

How Retired NFL Player David Carter Became The New Face Of Food Justice And Plant Based Living

Carter writes about his journey from football to food justice.
David Carter
 • 5 months ago

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