Politics of Race in the UFC

In a recent interview, Evans repeatedly singled Jackson out for playing to the prejudices of White MMA fans, saying, “All that ‘black-on-black crime’ stuff, acting like a dog, who do you think that’s for? It’s not for [African-American fans], and you know it.”

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Venus Williams “lingerie” styled tennis outfit. Too much?

USA’s Venus Williams shocked fans with her revealing attire during their first round match of the French Open in Paris, May 23, 2010

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Xavier’s Brittany Powell Player of the Year

Powell finished with 678 votes, well ahead of Fort Valley State’s Takesha Riggs (253) and Virginia Union’s Tonaye Smith (110).

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HBCU’s could benefit greatly from NCAA Tournament

After reaching the final round of the 2006 NCAA Tournaments, George Mason University’s applications went up 22%, alumni contributions increased 52%, and the university received $677,000,000 in free advertising.

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Pat O’Conner Honored for Diversity Efforts in Baseball

Steps that O’Conner has taken toward this ambitious goal include the establishment of a speakers’ series at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, a program designed to inform students of the opportunities available within the industry.

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Tiger’s interview on his Return

Tiger granted ESPN a 5 minute interview to discuss his predicament, his treatment, and his return to golf. How did he get off course? “I lost my Buddhism, and stopped meditating…”

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West Virginia 77, Morgan State 50

Todd Bozeman has done an admirable job getting good players who play hard but the dollar discrepancy is a killer when it comes to the difference in making the tournament and being an actual player.

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Adrian Peterson added to Michael Vick Camp at Hampton U

The list of names for Michael Vick’s summer football camp is longer and more impressive. The camp that runs June 23-25 at Hampton University.

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