Jemele Hill is a Senior Correspondent and Columnist for ESPN and The Undefeated.
‘The incredible feats performed by athletes are a window to what it would be like to live among superheroes’
Ray Rice, Johnny Manziel and our history of excusing inexcusable behavior far too often
Rather than let things play out, the league created a new controversy, more animosity and negative headlines just to appease the wrong sensibilities
Let’s not forget how much the president seemed to take a special delight in helping to torpedo the quarterback’s NFL career
Black people being harassed for doing everyday things is a train that’s never late
The retired NFL running back puts the full scope of his personality on his debut album: the writer, the thinker, the questioner, the pessimist and the nonbeliever
Now more than ever, black people need to be reassured there is a genuine appetite for black voices, and not just a superficial need for black faces
Three primarily Native American teams say they were banned after complaining about racial taunts
The political motives of players are always under scrutiny. The owners? Almost never.
The UCLA quarterback makes some people in the NFL uncomfortable because he appears to be perfectly comfortable being himself