WNBA activism stands at the forefront of what we will remember about 2020 and early 2021. Not only did WNBA players set a new standard for athlete activism, but they stood up for Black people everywhe
Under Armour’s continued projects prove the importance of recognizing these athletes for the stars and influential figures that they are.
Georgia senator Kelly Loeffler expressed her adamant disapproval of the BLM movement this week. Corporations who made BLM statements were lowkey in support.
When the co-owner a WNBA team criticizes the league of aligning with a political agenda, there’s going to be backlash from players and fans alike.
Maya Moore, in addition to a wide range of other women advocates, deserves the attention that male social justice warriors of her ilk receive.
The NBA plans to resume action July 31 at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, with an agreement from the NBPA and all of the proper safety precautions set up.
When we talk of what it is to be “more than an athlete,” the phrase made famous by LeBron James’ media brand UNINTERRUPTED, it’s not always about what one does in their time in
As a man with four daughters, Kobe became a figure and a champion for women’s athletics.
The money is there, the blueprint for marketing its stars is there, and the talent is definitely there. Pay these women.
If you’re unfamiliar with Sue Bird, let’s just say she’s nothing short of a WNBA legend.