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This Sunday, CBS Sports will air a series of documentaries and conversations focused on the impact of race and racism in sports history. The “Portraits in Black” programming will air on CBS from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET, hosted by James Brown, and can be streamed on CBS All Access or the CBS Sports […]

For Team China, the recently concluded 2020 Tokyo Olympics were a great success. After a year of pandemic-related delays and training disruptions, the team’s haul of 88 medals, including 38 golds, broke the national record for an Olympic competition held overseas. Yet it was a moment that didn’t produce a medal — that didn’t even […]

The iHeart Podcast Awards will take place on January 13, 2022 at the iHeartRadio Theater Los … [+] Angeles. Getty Images iHeartMedia announced the live return of the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards and the 2022 nominees. The Awards ceremony will take place on January 13, 2022 at the iHeartRadio Theater Los Angeles and will honor . . .

In the spring of 1936, Lovett Fort-Whiteman, an African American man from Dallas, Texas, vanished in Moscow. He had lived in the Soviet Union for nearly a decade, most recently with his wife, Marina, a Russian Jewish chemist, in a cramped apartment around the corner from the Central Telegraph building. By then, a half-dozen African […]

A coalition of leaders from the US soccer industry have partnered with the Common Goal movement to launch the Anti-Racist Project (ARP), an action-based approach to tackling systemic racism in soccer and society. The initiative, which was officially unveiled on Wednesday, brings together clubs from the three top divisions of US soccer – the Chicago […]

Sheffield United’s English striker Rhian Brewster joins other players in taking a knee against racism ahead of kick off of the English Premier League football match. Mike Ergerton/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Mike Ergerton/AFP via Getty Images Sheffield United’s English striker Rhian Brewster joins other players in taking a knee against racism […]

I had no idea about Jesse Owens until I got involved in track. Jesse came to the Mexico City Games and spoke to us, for the International Olympic Committee, about our protest. He was concerned about our well-being. The house was on fire with the statements we had made, and he wanted to protect us. […]

Beneath a corrugated iron roof in the crowded Harare suburb of Mbare, a group of boys darts back and forth across a smooth concrete floor, firing a series of rapid punches into the air. A wiry older man, dressed in low-slung tracksuit bottoms and flip-flops, watches their moves, encouraging them to “Jab! Jab! Jab!”. It’s […]

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Sha’Carri Richardson’s suspension from the USA Olympic Team has set off a firestorm of controversy that combines international sporting, drug policy and racial justice. Richardson admitted to smoking marijuana to cope with the death of her biological mother. Troublingly, Richardson was informed about the death


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