Closing arguments in the Chauvin trial begin Monday. The NBA told its teams to be cautious in reactions to the verdict.
The poll, which was conducted by Yahoo News/YouGov, found 34.5 percent of respondents saying they have watched less sports due to social justice messaging, while 11 percent said they have watched more.
The veteran actress and activist, 83, is protesting against the controversial Enbridge Line 3 replacement in the state.
Lorde, who died in 1992, was a civil rights champion and famously described herself as "Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet."
Throngs of protesters quickly gathered to the scene in Minneapolis on Wednesday night and began shouting at police.
The bottom half of the top 10 include a social justice issue, a major gender barrier broken, a Super Bowl victory that took 50 years to accomplish and two huge COVID-related postponements.
"It's not like I wanted any of this extra attention. It just kind of happened," Wallace told Newsweek. "You're put into places for a reason and it's up to you how to navigate through it."
The Cleveland Indians have played under that mascot name for 105 years. However, with sweeping changes in the country's "cancel culture," the baseball club is now looking to change.
The first-known performance of "The Eyes of Texas" was in the early 1900s by white singers wearing blackface at the Varsity minstrel show.
Two teams from the old South have planned a social justice demonstration for their game this Saturday in Mississippi.
The War on Drugs has been an abject failure.
The refusal to break ties with a chapter led by a Nation of Islam supporter has put the venerable civil rights organization's allies in a dificult position.
A former congresswoman who served with John Lewis looks back on the legacy of a civil rights icon.
Now, more than ever, we must learn from the example set by a great man.
Sports in America used to be unifying, but now they seem to be yet another front of the culture war.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder vowed in 2013 that he would never change the team's name.
The move follows Walmart and Nike removing Redskins merchandise as the NFL team continues getting pressured to change its nickname that many call offensive and racist.
The basketball star has launched a petition for the WNBA to replace players' names with the names of those who have suffered at the hands of police brutality and social injustice.
"Well, listen, if he wants to resume his career in the NFL, then obviously it's gonna take a team to make that decision," Goodell said. "But I welcome that, support a club making that decision, and encourage them to do that."
Think more carefully about who the real agent for "change" is at the ballot box this November.
BlackRock should not advance its political agenda using taxpayer dollars.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought to the forefront some unfortunate realities of American life.