Stuart Scott, acclaimed ESPN sports broadcaster and journalist, who captured the hearts of millions of sports fans, died yesterday at the age of 49 of cancer.
The most recent "whale" to escape meaningful legal accountability was the National Football League (NFL) who settled over 4,000 lawsuits from former players and families.
"What an incredible feeling it is to be here with all these people. It's something I won't easily forget."
The racist slur that adorns the Washington, D.C. football team continues to be an embarrassment for all sports fans, and resistance to the name is growing.
Many people, myself included, wonder how, in 2013, a multimillion-dollar professional football team can continue to be named after a racial slur.
In 1965, Fromer marched from Selma to Montgomery, Ala. with civil rights marchers, kick-starting his life-long devotion to fighting for justice through song.
Super Bowl 47 offered football fans an incredibly dramatic game, but there was a multitude of drama even before the first snap commenced.
When he is not doing journalism and community media Neil teaches history at a local junior high school, reads comic books and spends time with his girlfriend, Lisa.
Marvin Miller, the labor leader who built the Major League Baseball Players Association into sports' most powerful union, died Nov. 26.
This baseball season and World Series showcased the level of talent from Venezuela.