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‘You’re supported, encouraged by each other and allowed to explore who you are as a black person in society’
His mentoring program is ‘sobering work, but it’s an exciting work because it works’
Just contemplating a protest in 1969 ended the football careers of many of his teammates
Thirty years ago, Doug Williams directed the most prolific quarter in playoff history to become the first black quarterback to win the Super Bowl
After starting as a rookie phenom, RG III was out of football five years later
Oh, you didn’t know? We got you.
The former safety was fun to watch, fun to support and was human as hell. He was also a superhero.
Activist Simon Moya-Smith and other Native Americans came to FedEx Field to spark conversation and understanding with sports fans
A Native American protest at FedEx Field acknowledges the existence of a marginalized people
Washington cornerback is also helping recovery efforts in Puerto Rico