LISTEN: Meet Brujas, A Black and Brown NYC Skating and Organizing Collective
The latest episode of WNYC's "The United States of Anxiety: Culture Wars" podcast profiles this Bronx-bred group of Black and Brown skaters and organizers mixing fun and empowerment.
O'Shea Jackson Jr. Cast as Baseball Legend Dock Ellis in New Biopic
The late Ellis achieved noteriety for admitting to pitching a 1970 no-hitter while high on LSD.
Racists Attack Smithsonian, LeBron James' Home
Visitors found a noose at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on the same day that someone vandalized Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James' home with racist graffiti.
WATCH: Harlemites Honor the Kentucky Derby's Black Roots With 'Harlem Derby' Party
The Undefeated profiles an annual Harlem gala that celebrates the famous horse race, its fashion and the Black jockeys and trainers who dominated its early history.
READ: Inside The NFL's Racial Politics
As football fans look forward to the start of the draft, The Undefeated examines the league’s long history of building rosters based on race.
SURVEY: Racist White People More Likely to Oppose Athlete Protests
They do not care about the lives of Black people.
New Contest Invites Black High Schoolers to Enter Their Best Muhammad Ali-Inspired Poetry
The Campaign for Black Male Achievement's "Ali Prose" competition invites young poets to channel the athlete and racial justice activist in 20 lines or less.
ICYMI: NFL Teams Aren't Happy With Colin Kaepernick's Activism
An anonymous general manager told Bleacher Report that Kaepernick's activism against police violence might cost the free-agent his career.
WATCH: Mexican-American Soccer Players Navigate Cross-Border Identities in New Doc
U.S.-born players on top-flight Mexican teams rebuke Donald Trump's xenophobic rhetoric while navigating multicultural identities abroad in a new documentary from The Guardian.
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NFL Stars Boycott State-Sponsored Trip to Israel
Seattle Seahawks player Michael Bennett cited John Carlos and Muhammad Ali in his statement explaining why he skipped the trip.
Chance the Rapper and Jimmy Butler Say Trump Doesn't Know Chicago
The Grammy-winning musician and Chicago Bulls player discuss Chicago stereotypes and celebrity activism in a new interview for ESPN The Magazine and The Undefeated.
The Undefeated Honors 44 Black Changemakers in New Set of Essays
Limited to 44 people in tribute to President Barack Obama, the list features a multigenerational mix of athletes, artists and activists.
How the Super Bowl Became a Battle for America's Soul
The subtle—and not-so subtle—roles race, xenophobia and Islamophobia played in Super Bowl LI.
LIVESTREAM: Super Bowl Town Hall Explores How Athletes Can Advocate for Racial Justice
The Ross Initiative in Sports for Racial Equality’s event features several NFL players ahead of the big game.
Colin Kaepernick Donates $50K to Standing Rock Health Clinic
Half of the quarterback's December 2016 donations went toward the free healthcare clinic providing support to frontline #NoDAPL supporters.
16 Women of Color Who Made History in 2016
Amidst a year of challenging news and political events, these 16 women of color kept it moving and made history in the arenas of culture, media, sports and politics.
WATCH: Serena Williams and Common Discuss Racism and Loving Their Blackness
The tennis great and MC dive deep for nearly an hour in ESPN's "The Undefeated In-Depth: Serena With Common."
LeBron James, Antoine Fuqua to Develop Muhammad Ali Doc for HBO
The late boxer and social justice activist's family will partner with James and Fuqua to develop the still-untitled documentary.
WATCH: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Praises Muhammad Ali's Activism in MSNBC Special Clip
The video is culled from the basketball great's upcoming episode of MSNBC's "IconocLIST."