Dwane Casey and J.B. Bickerstaff are members of the NBA’s “second chance” coaching fraternity. They, along with Nate McMillian, Alvin Gentry and David Fizdale, are in their current positions after getting second or third head coaching opportunities — a rarity for Black coaches. Both Casey and Bickerstaff got their second chances after leaving Minnesota. Now […]
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South Saint Paul Secondary’s (SSPS) Black and Latino student organizations are taking that research to heart with their third annual Professionals of Color Career Panel.
Don’t let leaves blow away, as they can clog up storm drains and pollute our local lakes and rivers with excess nutrients.
Hassan Mead ran cross country, indoor and outdoor track for Minnesota (2007-11) and still holds four school records in the 8,000 meters (cross country), 5,000 meters indoors, 5,000 and 10,000 meters outdoors.
The Northside community fixture just got a state-of-the-art makeover.
The debate over immigration in America, “illegal” or otherwise, is as old as the republic itself. The likes of Thomas Paine, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson addressed the virtues of immigration in the late 18th century, as would many who followed in their footsteps.
The controversial protests by some players during the national anthem the last two years, ignited by quarterback Colin Kaepernick, have been a source of division among the owners, fans, some media and players. Some sports fans were irritated with the players’ choice to protest and their right to do so.
“The media focuses on football and basketball at the pre and collegiate level,” said White, author of They Played for the Love of the Game: Untold Stories of Black Baseball and a former high school basketball and football official and baseball umpire. “There are African Americans excelling in baseball, too.”