By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter Thirty years ago on July 26, 1990, the President of the United States signed the (ADA) Americans with Disabilities Act. A civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on disabilities. It affords similar protections against discrimination to Americans with disabilities as a Civil Right. It should be a time […]Read more "THE ADA HAS AN ENEMY IN THE WHITE HOUSE"
By Patrick Freeman (TV Executive and CEO of the International Branding & Image Firm: MORE MEDIA LLC based in NYC.) BUFFALO, NY: The magic and determination of Ms. Alvina Alston is a testimony to the power of a made up mind. This powerful woman of faith, determination, and skill has become a major force in […]Read more "ALVINA ALSTON: CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY"
WHO STOLE THE SOUL? THE DEATH OF RHYTHM OF BLUES IN VANCOUVER, PART III By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN NEWSROOM VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (www.basnnewsroom.com) As the page turned into 1967, it was becoming apparent that some of the youthful energy had begun to convert…to Soul Power! The kind […]Read more "WHO STOLE THE SOUL? THE DEATH OF RHYTHM AND BLUES IN VANCOUVER, PART III"
WHO STOLE THE SOUL? THE DEATH OF RHYTHM AND BLUES IN VANCOUVER, PART II By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN NEWSROOM VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (www.basnnewsroom.com) As the map of Soul was being established across North America, it was now becoming more aware that those in the know were […]Read more "WHO STOLE THE SOUL? THE DEATH OF RHYTHM AND BLUES IN VANCOUVER,PART II"
By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus When BASN Newsroom (aka the Black Athlete Sports Network) began years ago, our basic premise was to celebrate the past, present, and future history of sport’s most innovative and imitated being — the black athlete. As another year begins, we take a look back at some of the […]Read more "BASN Remembers: Who Left Us In 2018"
NEW YORK — BLACK ENTERPRISE will present its highest honor in recognition of the achievements of black men when it presents the XCEL Awards at the 2018 Black Men XCEL Summit on Aug. 29, 2018, in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The Black Men XCEL Summit celebrates the achievements of today’s black men. The Summit, which offers executive development […]Read more "Olympic Hero Smith Among Black Enterprise’s XCEL Award Honorees"
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NEW ORLEANS — According to the Burden of Musculoskeletal Diseases in the United States, females are four to five times more likely than males to sustain non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries. While 36 intervention training programs have been described in literature since 1995, few have been scientifically proven to decrease ACL injury incidences and alter potentially dangerous neuromuscular […]Read more "Only two U.S. programs now scientifically proven to decrease ACL injury and improve neuromuscular movement in female athletes"
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Washington, DC has been named one of 32 North America finalists that could serve as an Official Host City for the 2026 FIFA WORLD CUP™. The 32 potential host cities include four cities in Canada, three in Mexico and 25 cities in the United States. Currently, if Washington, DC was selected, FedEx Field is the bid’s proposed host venue. […]Read more "D.C. Named Finalist to Host ’26 FIFA World Cup"
Popsicle Brothers Report NHL 2017 – 1 By Gary Norris Gray and Michael – Louis Ingram When you drive on the roads in winter, Black ice is always the most dangerous because you can’t see it coming… With the beginning of the new season upon us, National Hockey League officials are awkwardly stumbling […]Read more "Popsicle Brothers’ Report – NHL 2017"