Colin Kaepernick Released a Black Ass Shoe and I got Ideas for Future Black Ass Shoes

Colin Kaepernick released a woke, black ass shoe, yesterday. However, you would be forgiven if you didn’t know it was released yesterday because it sold out online just as quick as it was released. The dope black ass woke shoe aka Air Force 1 x Colin Kaepernick is made primarily of luxe black leather with the brand’s reflective swoosh logo leading to a silhouette of Kaepernick’s head on the heel tab. Kaepernick’s logo is featured on the tongue. However, my favorite part of the shoe is the bold and not-so-subtle…

Kaepernick’s Unapologetically Black Job Interview

Code switching is a necessity for black folks to walk in, survive and thrive in Corporate America because Corporate America either looks down on black culture, or just simply ignores it. In Corporate America, the white American culture usually dominates the workspace, with cold turkey mayonnaise sandwiches, while running their cold AC in the middle of the winter, contemplating why the majority black people in the office still have their coats on. In Corporate America, you will hear people at the “water cooler” gleefully discuss their favorite Friends episode before…

10 Questions: Myles Garrett and When Football Players, Football

1.) So what exactly happened? I know Myles Garrett attacked the white fellow with the white fellow’s own helmet after ripping it off, but what made Myles Garrett continue footballin’ after the football play was over? 2.) Was Myles Garrett kicked or punched or kicked AND punched in the testicles for doing too much football on the white fellow? 3.) Did anyone even watch the game? I know some of us are protesting football and some of us simply didn’t watch that shit because it was the Browns vs. Steelers.…

Black in the Day…The Youngest to Ever Do It

November 13, 1985: On this day Dwight Gooden, pitcher for the NY Mets, won the NL Cy Young Award. By doing so, he became the youngest pitcher in history to win the award. Dwight Eugene “Doc” Gooden (born November 16, 1964), nicknamed “Dr. K”, is an American former professional baseball pitcher who played 16 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). Gooden pitched from 1984 to 1994 and from 1996 to 2000 for the New York Mets, New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians, Houston Astros, and Tampa Bay Devil Rays. In a career spanning 430 games, he pitched ​2,800 2⁄3 innings and posted a win–loss record of 194–112,…

Black in the Day…The Godfather of Golf

November 10, 1957: On this day Charlie Sifford wins the Long Beach Open becoming the first Black man to win a major professional golf tournament. Sifford was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1922.[2] He began work as a caddy at the age of thirteen.[3] He moved to Philadelphia when he was 17 years old, where he played against local black golfers.[4] Sifford began golfing professionally in 1948.[5] He competed in the golf tournaments that black golfers organized for themselves as they were excluded from the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA). Sifford won the United Golf Association‘s National…