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2020 has been a year to remember. From the social justice impact on sports and how out of all of this pain, many Black athletes and Americans found their voice. We review this year’s many lessons, wake-up calls and wins for the culture.
The rookie, a student at Winston-Salem State University, is racing this weekend
Professor Gerald L. Smith discusses the history of nooses and lynchings in America
After Sunday’s incidents at Talladega, is the sport’s open-door strategy even realistic?
For former and current black NASCAR employees, the Confederate flag ban and Bubba Wallace’s statements are steps in the right direction
A ban on the Confederate flag at its events is just smart strategy
The NASCAR driver is ready to roll into a new season filled with big changes
The first African-American at the sport’s top level in 40 years joins two other minority recruits at this weekend’s Coca Cola 600
‘Wake up, people. He belongs here and he’s here to stay, so get ready’
As the first black racer with a full-time Cup ride in 45 years, he knows his progress is pivotal
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