Kane says Premier League players should keep taking the knee in racism fight
England captain Harry Kane says Premier League players should carry on taking the knee in support of the fight against racial injustice, using their profile to raise awareness of the issue.
UN decries 'structural racism' in Brazil after black man's killing
The UN said Tuesday the deadly beating of a black man by white guards in Brazil exemplified "structural racism", and called for an independent investigation and urgent reforms in the country.
Racism, black lives and the testosterone paranoia
In Oakland California, in the white neighborhood of Piedmont, the only time in my life I was considered exotic, was during my first encounter with white policemen
New York State probes March death of black man hooded by police
New York State's attorney general is investigating the March death of a black man after video footage emerged this week of him being hooded by police and forced face down in a road.
John Boyega Opens Up About Being Sidelined By Disney In Star Wars
In a new interview with GQ, actor John Boyega opened up about his experience working on the Star Wars franchise, saying his character was "marketed to be much more important than it was" and then pushed aside. Calling his feelings about the franchise "difficult to manoeuvre," Boyega went on to say that the way his…
Paralyzed black US police shooting victim tied to bed: father
Jacob Blake is shackled to his hospital bed even though he is paralyzed after US police shot him repeatedly in the back, his father said Friday.
Osaka reverses course, will play WTA semi-final
Japan's Naomi Osaka reversed her decision to withdraw from the WTA Western & Southern Open semi-finals on Thursday, saying she will now play the match that has been rearranged for Friday.
Osimhen 'feared racism' in Italy before joining Napoli
New Napoli signing Victor Osimhen said Wednesday he had been sceptical before agreeing to join the Serie A club because of the racist reputation of some fans in Italy.
Oprah Winfrey Demands Justice For Breonna Taylor With 26 Billboards
Oprah Winfrey is putting up 26 billboards displaying the portrait of Breona Taylor across the city of Louisville, Kentucky, United States. Each of the billboards stands for every year of Taylor's life, the 26-year-old who was killed by police in her own home on March 16th, 2020. This is coming a week after Oprah announced…