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Covid Rules Are Hampering NYC PSAL Schools and Player’s Futures

Last year was a heartbreaking one for the thousands of public school student-athletes across the five boroughs who suffered through a pandemic that robbed...

Cartola: An Afro Brazilian Musical Legend

This week marks the birthday of “Cartola” Agenor de Oliveira, who was one of Brazil’s most renowned composers and singers. Born in Rio de...

Dawn Staley Signs Major New Deal With South Carolina

Dawn Staley and South Carolina Gamecocks fans rejoice. Your head coach isn’t going anywhere. Today the university announced that they had approved a new seven-year,...

Colin Powell, First Black US Secretary of State, Dies After Complications From Covid-19

Colin Powell, the first Black US secretary of state, has died from complications from Covid-19. He was 84 and fully vaccinated. "General Colin L. Powell, former...

This Day in History: October 18th

Five Things To Know About The Icon Chuck Berry Entertainer and musician Chuck Berry transcended generations and captured audiences by putting his listeners’ amusement above...

School Board Members Lead Crusade to Ban Toni Morrison From Virginia Schools

The ground-breaking 1970 novel "The Bluest Eye,” by Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison, was deemed “extremely disturbing” by Virginia Beach at-large school board member...

Dusty Baker Never Needed Redemption But He’s Finally Getting It

The Houston Astros’ redemption tour continues on. Yet a much better redemption tour is coinciding with it, one involving Dusty Baker, a man who was...

This Day in History: October 17th

Physician and astronaut, Mae Carol Jemison, was born on October 17, 1956, in Decatur, Alabama. In 1992, Jemison made history when she became the...

This Day in History: October 16th

On October 16, 1859, abolitionist John Brown, and more than 15 men led an insurrection in Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia. Lewis Washington and John...

This Day in History: October 15th

William Hastie Nominated To U.S. Court of Appeals Attorney, politician and federal judge William H. Hastie served the U.S. Judicial System for more than 20...

Boston to Pay $1.3M to Black Man Who Was Arrested as He Suffered a Stroke

The city of Boston has paid $1.3 million in restitution to a Black man who was arrested by the police as he was having...

Did You Know That Three R&B Singers Were Born on This Day?

This Day In History: October 15th What do Eric Benét, Ginuwine and Keyshia Cole all have in common? Aside from their popularity and vocal talents,...

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