By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter In a time of national crisis the President of the United States is supposed to lead his/her people out of the danger. The President is the one the American people look for guidance. This guy at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is just not it… This man is too busy trying […]Read more "SICKNESS OF LEADERSHIP IN A TIME OF CRISIS"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter Here are more examples of how Black athletes changed the games and continue to show their greatness under fire. Now think about the mental and physical issues white players and athletics never understand and never have to go through to play the game they love. BASEBALL Major League […]Read more "The Rules Have Changed, Again (Part Two)"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter Sports used to be a safe haven for Black athletes, not anymore. African Americans athletes mastered and continue to master the game or position; they improved their skills with each passing year in spite of the racial overtones. These athletes once again had to be better than average, better […]Read more "THE RULES HAVE CHANGED, AGAIN (Part One)"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter The Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl 31-20 over the San Francisco 49ers and once again the fans of the midwest team appropriated Native American dress, tradition, and culture. The Tomahawk Chop filled Hard Rock Stadium all afternoon. Fans dressed in Native dress, wore face paint, and donned […]Read more "STOP THE CHOP"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter The Cleveland Browns will be the last NFL team to hire a head coach in 2020 and if they hire a minority it will not be enough. Maybe, just maybe, it might be time to join former San Francisco 49er Colin Kaepernick and kneel before and after games, but […]Read more "THE NFL BLACKOUT OF 2020"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter The United States is currently in political crisis with the impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump. This is not about right or left, it is about being correct or incorrect. It is about being a human being who cares for others. The contrast between the last two Presidents is […]Read more "REFLECTIONS OF !!!!!"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter OAKLAND- This is the year of change and controversy for the players and teams in the (NBA) National Basketball Association but not one for African American head coaches. The NBA started on June 6, 1946 that was seventy three years ago. Believe it or not there have also been seventy […]Read more "NBA BLACK HEAD COACHES: A 2019-20 PERSPECTIVE"