Why Texas Rangers’ Outfielder Shin-Soo Choo Will Never Give Up
 

Why Texas Rangers’ Outfielder Shin-Soo Choo Will Never Give Up

Koream Journal, News Feature, Steve Han, Posted: Sep 20, 2014

Texas Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo has proven himself a powerful player, who also commands an impressive multimillion-dollar contract.

 

Don’t Rush to Judge Parents Who Use a Switch to Discipline Kids

 

The Root, Commentary, Hilary Beard, Posted: Sep 17, 2014

Experts say that Adrian Peterson’s case shows that parenting practices vary widely—and are complicated by race, gender, religion, culture and geography.

Janay Rice Breaks Her Silence With an Instagram Post

 

The Roots, News Report, Posted: Sep 09, 2014

Janay Rice finally speaks out about her family’s situation.

The NBA’s Racism is Structural, Not Just Individual

 

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Sep 08, 2014

The sports world is up in arms again over another NBA white owner. This time it’s Atlanta Hawks co-owner Bruce Levenson, who announced on Sunday that he’s selling his controlling interest in the team after a 2012 e-mail surfaced in which he argued that too many black fans are bad for business.

South Korea Wins Little League World Series Championship

 

Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Sep 03, 2014

It’s called Little League, but if the 2014 Little League World Series tournament showed us anything, it’s that there’s nothing small about the heart, hard work and sportsmanship these kids bring to the ballpark. With his team down 8-1 in the top of the sixth and final inning of the World Series championship game on Sunday, Illinois pitcher Trey Hondras nailed South Korea’s Dong Wan Sin in the helmet with a pitch. As Sin made his way over to first base, Hondras went over to apologize to the player, and the two competitors shook hands.

 

Women Play Soccer Too

 

Al Día, Commentary, Ann Marie Hager, Posted: Jul 14, 2014

In the world of women’s soccer, the U.S. is undoubtedly among the best in the world.

 

With World Cup Over, Brazil Faces Its Toughest Opponent

 

New America Media, Commentary, Andrés Tapia, Posted: Jul 12, 2014

As FIFA takes its ball and goes home this weekend, it is not the nation’s sad national soccer seleção that residents must reckon with.

 

The Limits of Brazilian Soft Power

 

VOXXI, Commentary, Johanna Mendelson Forman, Posted: Jul 10, 2014

The painful rout of Brazil’s soccer team by Germany may be a metaphor for the deeper political losses that Brazil has experienced in the past year.

 

Booming Black Businesses Fuel Brazil’s New Middle Class

 

The Root, News Report, Dion Rabouin, Posted: Jul 07, 2014

Fueled by a blossoming economy and a government program aimed at reducing income inequality, approximately 80 percent of Brazil’s new middle class are black.

 

The Disappearance of the Black Coach: African-Americans Shut Out of College Basketball

 

Washington Informer, News Report, Stacy M. Brown, Posted: Jul 05, 2014

The increased use of search firms by college athletic directors has caused a decrease in the number of African American coaching hires.

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