Chris Paul Partners With Roadside Entertainment For A New Docu-Series Highlighting The Hardships Of Recruiting Top Basketball Athletes At HBCUs

Chris Paul

Chris Paul of the Oklahoma City Thunder is working with Roadside Entertainment to bring viewers a new docu-series covering the recruiting process at Historically Black College Universities. According to Deadline, the series will take place during the 2020-2021 basketball season. At this moment, the participating schools have yet to be …

Read More »

Darius Leonard Of The Indianapolis Colts Shares Racist Encounter He Had At Chipotle; The Restaurant Location Launches Investigation

While he and his family dined in at a Chipotle restaurant in South Carolina, Indianapolis Colts linebacker #DariusLeonard experienced a racist encounter. According to Leonard himself, while his family ate their meal, they were complained on to management by a white person who claimed Leonard was “verbally abusing him.” Leonard …

Read More »

Group Of Predominantly Black Business Owners Propose To Bring A Team Back To Oakland, California, Which Would Make Them The League’s First Black Ownership Group

It looks like the #NFL could be getting another team in #OaklandCalifornia. Previously deemed the #OaklandRaiders, the franchise has since relocated to Las Vegas. Now according to Yahoo! Sports, a group of black business owners and community leaders is looking to being a new team back to Oakland proposing the …

Read More »

Malcolm Jenkins Opens Up About Drew Brees Following Controversial Remarks; Also Speaks On Racism & Says Black People Can’t Be Racist

Malcolm Jenkins

Recently, NFL star Drew Brees spoke out against those who participate in the kneeling protest during the national anthem – a movement started by former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, calling it disrespectful. In an interview with Yahoo Finance, Brees stated he’ll “never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the …

Read More »

Bill Cosby’s Wife Speaks Out On Appeals Court Decision To Review Husband’s Sexual Assault Conviction; Claims #MeToo Movement Is Rooted In Racism

camille cosby

After it was recently announced that an appeals court would review Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction, Cosby’s wife, Camille Cosby, is speaking out. Bill, 82, is currently serving three to 10 years behind bars after being convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004. Camille’s remarks come six …

Read More »