“The athletes of color on the University of Missouri football team truly believe ‘Injustice Anywhere is a threat to Justice Everywhere'”
Football has never been more popular. And it has never felt less like a game.
Serena and Venus reflect back entirely new possibilities for the future of sports and of black girls
The latest experiment in prep football is taking root
In the run-up to the Rio Olympics people have been forced from their homes and killed in the streets, while the environment has been permanently damaged
After her Wimbledon victory, Serena Williams was asked which athlete she admired the most. She said that it was Muhammad Ali. Not for his boxing but for “what he stood for” outside the ring
Only when people start thinking of Palestinians as human beings deserving of rights will a just resolution of the conflict with equal rights for everyone be possible
Do large international sports events exacerbate repression? In Azerbaijan, unequivocally, they do.
The United States insists on imposing a system of global “free enterprise” that inevitably breeds all kinds of unmanageable corruption, but then tries to make it look good by cracking down selectively on corruption
Steve Kerr, without fanfare and without a bullhorn, walks in the path of the late Dr. Malcolm Kerr. It’s a path that sees peace as arriving only through education, empathy, and justice