LOS ANGELES — Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson and other civil rights leaders have called on Mayor Eric Garcetti and the L.A. City Council to declare Saturday, August 12 a Day of Recognition in Los Angeles for Colin Kaepernick. August 12 is the pre-season opening game for the L.A. Rams. Kaepernick’s personal, dignified, […]Read more "A Day of Recognition in L.A. for Colin Kaepernick"
Union Dues By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor -in-Chief basnnewsroom.com PHILADELPHIA (www.basnnewsroom.com) With less than three weeks before the National Football League’s exhibition season, the issue that will not go away continues to fester. Knowing there are not (in my humble opinion) 32 quarterbacks better than Colin Kaepernick playing in the NFL right […]Read more "UNION DUES"
DANIEL SNYDER AND HIS NASTY THRILLS By Arthur George Daniel Snyder is in bad company, with the National Football League, and happy about it. “Hebrew Hillbilly,” “Stinky Gringo,” “White Trash Cowboy,” “Yo’ Ass Face,” and “Tranny Surprise” are some of the cohorts that Snyder, owner of the NFL’s Washington football club and its “R-word” […]Read more "SNYDER & HIS NASTY THRILLS"
The American Football League and HBCUs – Conclusion By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN/BASN Newsroom PHILADELPHIA (BASN/basnnewsroom.com) We now continue our piece on the presence and importance of historicall Black Colleges and Universities in their tipping the balance of power for the fledgling AFL… In our first part we […]Read more "The American Football League and HBCUs (Part Two)"
The American Football League and HBCUs, Part I By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN/BASN Newsroom PHILADELPHIA (BASN/basnnewsroom.com) (Editor’s Note: The following is part of the research compiled for the book “FOUR QUARTERS OF SOUL” written by myself and Prof. Fred Whitted…) The National Football League enjoys the level […]Read more "The American Football League – and HBCUs, Part One"
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Washington Redskins elevated former Grambling State quarterback Doug Williams to the role of senior vice president of player personnel. The team announced the move earlier on Tuesday. Williams has served as a personnel executive in the team’s front office since 2014. Prior to his tenure as with the Redskins, Williams led Grambling’s […]Read more "Williams named Redskins Senior VP of Player Personnel"
BLACKLISTED, NOT BLACKBALLED, PT I By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in- Chief BASN PHILADELPHIA (BASN/BASN NEWSROOM) Before I carry on, let’s consider what we already know: These are the career records of every current starting and backup quarterback in the No Head/No Backstage Pass World of the NFL as of the end […]Read more "BLACKLISTED, NOT BLACKBALLED, PT I"