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100 Years of Fostering African-American Tennis Talent

100 Years of Fostering African-American Tennis Talent

Jackie Shaw of Collegeville, Pa., said that she was often the only African-American at United States Tennis Association tournaments.
Race, Money and Broadway: How ‘Great Comet’ Burned Out

Race, Money and Broadway: How ‘Great Comet’ Burned Out

“Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812” is closing on Broadway after a racially charged and distinctly contemporary conflagration.
‘We Only Kill Black People,’ Police Officer Says During Traffic Stop

‘We Only Kill Black People,’ Police Officer Says During Traffic Stop

A still photo from dashboard camera video footage of a traffic stop last year near Marietta, Ga.
‘We Only Kill Black People,’ Police Officer Says During Traffic Stop

‘We Only Kill Black People,’ Police Officer Says During Traffic Stop

A still photo from dashboard camera video footage of a traffic stop last year near Marietta, Ga.
The Education Issue: ‘The Way to Survive It Was to Make A’s’

The Education Issue: ‘The Way to Survive It Was to Make A’s’

Marvin Barnard (left) and Bill Alexander during their freshman year at V.E.S.
The Awakening of Colin Kaepernick

The Awakening of Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick may forever be known as the quarterback who knelt for the national anthem before N.F.L. games in 2016 as a protest against social injustice.
Anthem Demonstrations Include a Show of Unity in Cleveland

Anthem Demonstrations Include a Show of Unity in Cleveland

Law enforcement agents joined the Cleveland Browns during the national anthem before the team’s season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
Ferguson Drops Charges Against Man Cited in Justice Dept. Report

Ferguson Drops Charges Against Man Cited in Justice Dept. Report

Fred Watson last month in the Ferguson, Mo., park where he was charged with a host of minor offenses five years ago.
A Police Bombing, Homes on Fire and an Opera That Grapples With It All

A Police Bombing, Homes on Fire and an Opera That Grapples With It All

John Holiday, a countertenor, during a rehearsal for “We Shall Not Be Moved,” a new opera about the deadly 1985 police standoff with the Move organization in Philadelphia.
Protests Flare in St. Louis for Second Night After Ex-Officer’s Acquittal

Protests Flare in St. Louis for Second Night After Ex-Officer’s Acquittal

Police officers in St. Louis watched as protesters marched on Saturday, a day after the acquittal of a white former officer who killed a black man in 2011.
Charles Owens, Golfer, Dies at 85; Novel Putter Brought Late Success

Charles Owens, Golfer, Dies at 85; Novel Putter Brought Late Success

Charles Owens poses with one of his long putters on a golf course in Tampa, Fla., in 2012.

James Comey Is Interrupted by Protesters During Speech at Howard

James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, exhorted his audience to “listen with an attitude that they might actually be convinced of something.”
Sports of The Times: As Trump Takes On Athletes, Watch Them Rise

Sports of The Times: As Trump Takes On Athletes, Watch Them Rise

LeBron James criticized President Trump’s comment on Saturday about not inviting Stephen Curry to the White House.

N.F.L. Owners Who Donated to Trump Push Back

Several N.F.L. team owners contributed a million dollars or more to President Trump’s inauguration. Here’s how they reacted after he took a shot at N.F.L. players who protest during the national
On Pro Football: N.F.L. Owners’ Unity With Players Might Be Short-Lived

On Pro Football: N.F.L. Owners’ Unity With Players Might Be Short-Lived

Despite a show of sideline support, a group consisting largely of white billionaires has reluctantly addressed social injustice and head injuries.
The NFL protest is a civil rights victory—if we don’t let Trump make it about him

The NFL protest is a civil rights victory—if we don’t let Trump make it about him

Forget the president's tweetstorms, and let Black people lead the narrative on race. The post The NFL protest is a civil rights victory—if we don’t let Trump make it about him appeared first on The
Confederate Flags With Cotton Found on American University Campus

Confederate Flags With Cotton Found on American University Campus

Confederate flag posters with cotton attached to them were found at American University on Tuesday.
Black Lives Matter Can’t Be Sued, Judge Tells Police Officer

Black Lives Matter Can’t Be Sued, Judge Tells Police Officer

A judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit brought by a Baton Rouge police officer against the Black Lives Matter movement and DeRay Mckesson, one of its prominent members.