On his way to the Hall of Fame, the pioneer from Pittsburgh helped pave the way for today’s black players.
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NBA champ Craig Hodges, tennis champ Zina Garrison and Scoop Jackson discuss the activism of black athletes past and present.
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“It’s never going to change until you have an African American as one of the 32 [team] owners,” Rick “Doc” Walker says.
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This article by KEN SHULMAN first appeared in SLICE OF MIT What do boxer Joe Frazier’s birth, the admission of the first African American student to the University of Tennessee, and the devastating earthquake that […]
Raised amid insecurity and addiction, the student-athlete reared his little brother on campus with the help of his teammates.
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The legendary boxer talks about life, being a hall of famer and thinks a fight with Tyson now would be “easier than Holyfield.”
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WITH VIRTUAL CELEBRATION NOVEMBER 27 BET alumni will celebrate the network’s 40-year anniversary during a virtual retrospective on Friday, Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. EST. The event, hosted by former BET on-air personality Angela Stribling, […]