The Hidden (Black) History of the Kentucky Derby
Black jockeys used to dominate horse racing— what changed?
The Kentucky Derby used to be synonymous with black excellence. In this video, Rhiannon Walker explores the legacy of African American horse jockeys and why their achievements have been largely forgotten by the public.
Special Olympics athlete Andrew Peterson was born to run
How Jesse Washington learned to stop worrying and love the Duke Blue Devils
After decades of resistance, black America embraces Blue Devils basketball
Naomi Osaka’s unlikely rise to fame
Two-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka sits down with E:60’s Tom Rinaldi to talk about her rapid rise to fame, and that unforgettable U.S. Open win over Serena Williams