(Click the photo to go to the complete story online.) Golden State Warriors Are Champions—that was the headline on Monday night as the Warriors succeeding in defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers. Millions of fans were ecstatic watching their team end of the night victorious, but how many of them ever stopped to wonder if the organization is run by Republicans or Democrats, heterosexuals, homosexuals or transsexuals, Christians, Jews or Muslims?
(Click the photo to go to the complete story online.) What if I told you that a train was pulling into the station that would take you to a destination that possessed all the resources you needed to be wealthy, to find true love, to live a long and fulfilling life⎯you’d run to make that train wouldn’t you? But what If I also told you that the ride was long, you would not have a seat, the cars were hot and crowded, there would be no food or drink, etc. ⎯would you still get on
(Click the photo to go to the full story online.) Why do so many African-American professional athletes today view Muhammad Ali as a hero, but fall short of even trying to live by the same code of ethics that made him a hero? Ali became a hero because he was never silent. He said things he knew would make people uncomfortable, even angry, but that he believed would help bring about awareness and change. Ali was, as a result, a controversial figure during his life. He angered
(Click Photo, to go to the story online.) So what makes a small town boy turned professional athlete who has spent the first 20 odd years of his life steeped in football culture ready to enter the New York fashion and modeling scene? Absolutely nothing! Being in a country as large as ours can still be very isolating. Outside the big city streets are many small towns where diversity is still not a norm. Unfortunately from big cities like New York where we have a little bit of