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Notable Black Soccer Players in History
February 1, 2018
People throughout the African diaspora have shown off their skills and inspired others with their talents on the field. ... read more »
American Tennis Association Inducts Williams Sisters’ Dad into Hall of Fame
July 6, 2017
Richard’s coaching efforts will be immortalized in the ATA Tennis and Education Complex in South Florida, a new facility being built for the organization. ... read more »
Trump, LA mayor talk Olympics, infrastructure, immigration
December 1, 2016
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and President-elect Donald Trump have talked about immigration, infrastructure and the Olympics in their first phone call since the election. ... read more »
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Black Athletes of the 2016 Olympics in Rio
September 16, 2016
Congratulations to all the Black athletes who won medals in the Olympic Summer Games in Rio 2016! ... read more / view gallery »
Douglas Gets Barbie
July 13, 2016
According to El Segundo-based Mattel, the doll is aimed at reminding girls "they can be anything," by highlighting Douglas' confidence, work ethic and belief in herself ... read more »
Muhammad Ali: American Icon, Civil Rights Hero
June 9, 2016
Renowned boxer and courageous activist Muhammad Ali left the world on Friday at 74-years old. For decades, Ali used his boxing talent as a foundation to influence Black pride and to display his allegiance to the Nation of Islam. ... read more / view gallery »
TV Show Searches For Wilt’s 100-point Ball, Ali’s 1960 Olympic Gold Medal
May 26, 2016
Wilt’s 100-point basketball and Ali’s Olympic gold medal will be the topic in the Smithsonian Channel series ‘Sports Detectives’ on May 29 and June 5. ... read more »
Teenager Cunningham steals the show at the world indoors
March 23, 2016
Teenager Vashti Cunningham’s upcoming to-do list includes prom, a trip to Disneyland and graduation. Turning pro and making the American team in the high jump for the Rio Olympics rank pretty high up there, ... read more »
 
“Race” Film Review
February 25, 2016
“On the track, there is no Black and White, just fast and slow. For those 10 seconds you are free,” says Jesse Owens (Stephan James) in this very moving and inspiring bio/sports movie that captures the essence of this legendary athlete’s life, challenges and achievements. Race is a history lesson, personal profile and a crowd pleaser. ... read more »
Softball Olympian Visits View Park
September 10, 2015
International Softball star and two-time Olympian Natasha Watley visited the campus of View Park Preparatory Accelerated Charter High School to help celebrate the inception of their softball team. ... read more / watch video »
Serena Williams beats sister Venus Williams in the 2015 Wimbledon quarterfinals
July 8, 2015
This is one step closer to the second ‘Serena Slam’ of her career. ... read more »
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