Social Justice

Twitter to Stream 10 WNBA Games During Bubble Season

For the fourth straight year, the league has partnered with Twitter to stream games, which will include “alternative” analysts like LaChina Robinson and Ros Gold-Onwude.

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NBA Commits $300 Million to New Fund to Support Black Empowerment

The NBA board of governors will contribute $300 million in initial funding to launch the NBA Foundation for “creating greater economic empowerment in the Black community” in partnership with the […]

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NCAA Will Allow Student-Athletes to Wear Social Justice Uniform Patches

Following in the footsteps of some professional sports leagues, the NCAA will allow student-athletes in all sports to wear patches featuring social justice statements on uniforms, it announced Thursday. Existing […]

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NFL Players To Salute Victims of Police Brutality Via Helmet Tributes

The NFL’s 1,700-plus players will likely be invited to wear helmet decals bearing the names or initials of police violence victims and systemic racism, sources told Front Office Sports.  The […]

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WNBA Stands Up

Atlanta Dream co-owner and U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler has come under fire for asking the league and WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert to step back from its plans to promote social […]

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NFL Tackling COVID-19

NFL owners agreed to sell advertising on tarps placed on lower rows of seats this season, which will help limit COVID-19 exposure to those on the field. The NFL also […]

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NFL’s $250M Pledge

Roughly a week after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell publicly condemned social injustice and police brutality, the NFL is making a $250 million pledge. The funds will be spread out over […]

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Kaepernick Backs Up Actions with Million Dollar Pledge

Colin Kaepernick speaking to at-risk youth at his Know Your Rights Camp in New York City. Image via www.knowyourrightscamp.com Our nation loves sports, and the Star Spangled Banner has become […]

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