The social normalization of the objectification of women didn’t start, and doesn’t stop, with Trump.
We as sports fans and as men need to advocate for the words of women.
With the disturbing Josh Brown story now in the news, two years after Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson stories, Michael Kasdan continues to wonder whether the NFL knows that off-the-field violence is an unfortunate side product of a violent game.
A lesson that NFL Hall of Famer Michael Haynes had to learn
Why are these so-called patriotic Americans vilifying Colin Kaepernick?
Benjamin Mullen wants to know “When will you start acting to protect the things that matter?”
From CTE and brain injuries in the football to repetitive arm injuries in baseball, our sports can show us what happens when traditional masculinity takes it too far.
Colin Kaepernick took the chance to speak out in the form of a silent protest.
Mark St. Amant interviews his second favorite “Nigel,” getting the inside scoop on topics ranging from Daily Fantasy Sports to his personal life.
Constantly protecting the comfort of whites is an example of the subtle ways in which people of color are caged and learn to remain in the cage.
Sometimes making a stand means taking a seat.
A post racial society is a grand aspiration for Mr. Cam Newton to have, but the present-day reality is one where racism runs amuck.
Colin Kaepernick is getting a lot of hate, but there are some important folks who support him. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down.
The pushback against Mr. Kaepernick appears to frame the act of criticizing America as a white privilege.
“It took losing my mind to care about my mind.” – Ben Utecht
Jean Desronvil on why we’re seeing extremely qualified applicants left in the dust.