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We love the work of Richard Laphick, an individual who has spent the bulk of his professional career highlighting the glories of integration through sports, but inadvertently showing the continued failures and plight of Black athletes – by extension perpetuating stereotypes of Black people in the process. His obsession with highlighting Black athletes and their... Read More
Stuff Black Like People Don't Like has said it before and we will say it again: without sports - and ESPN - Black people would have few, if any positive images to display to the world. Sports allowed integration - especially in the south - to happen and sports have the ability to "mainstream" positive... Read More
Sports. The final frontier for Black people. Sports offer "a way out" for Black people who live in broken home without fathers, or in the ghetto surrounded by misery, and the possibility of riches and fame comes with this promise. In 21st century America, professional and collegiate athletes enjoy not only vast quantities of fiat... Read More