By Ro Brown Contributing Writer It’s a book that should be required reading for all prospective and current Black college football players. Samuel G. Freedman
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Special to the NNPA from The Dallas Examiner) – The Southwestern Athletic Conference announced Nov. 13 that it plans to assist Jackson State
By Ro Brown Contributing Writer 50 years ago. Half a century. The latter sounds longer ago than the former. For one fall weekend, it seemed like only yesterday to a group of mostly ... Hornets become Pelicans
By Christoper Tidmore Contributing Writer The New Orleans Hornets basketball team was re-dubbed the Pelicans, in an announcement by the team’s new majority owner Tom Benson on Thursday. Shreveport twins say, ‘Make room, Venus & Serena’
By J. Kojo Livingston Contributing Writer They are already being compared to Venus and Serena Williams, just in different sports. Actually, a variety of sports. Jocelyn Walker and Chelsey Walker ... An Analysis-Are Pres. Obama and other trailblazers victims of the ‘first Black’ syndrome?
(Special from New America Media and Loop21) – Adulation and the perks of celebrity should accompany becoming the first of your race or ethnic group to achieve international acclaim or ... Retired athletes excited about chance to inspire young people in N.O.
By Ro Brown Contributing Writer If you are a basketball fan you are familiar with names like Oscar Robertson, Dave DeBusschere, Dave Bing, Dave Cowens and Archie Clark. They were teammates…not on ... The Olympics in retrospect N.O.’s own Audrey Patterson Tyler set the London Olympics on fire
By Ro Brown Contributing Writer Fanny Blankers-Koen was fast! So fast, that the sprinter from the Netherlands was the star of the 1948 Summer Olympic Games — the last time London hosted ... Super Bowl to kick off return to pre-Katrina tourism
By Chris Villere and Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writers Eight months from now, New Orleanians will be hoping and praying for the Saints to have home field advantage in the Super Bowl XLVII. ... Roland Martin debacle: Race is always hiding under the carpet
By Rev. Barbara Reynolds TriceEdneyWire.com Columnist Eliot Spitzer, the disgraced governor of New York, spent thousands of dollars committing adultery with prostitutes on company time. He resigned, apologized for his scandalous behavior ...
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