Matt Ryan Or Michael Vick: For the Fans, Is It All About Black and White?

Posted in Atlanta Falcons, Brett Favre, CBS 46, Deon Sanders, Eli Manning, Gil Tyree, Glen Dorsey, Matt Ryan, Michael Vick, New York Giants, Peter King, Steve Bartkowski, Tom Brady, WGCL-TV on May 2nd, 2008 by Co Co

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Is there a movement to change the demography of Atlanta Falcons fans?

Michael Vick is still the most talked about athlete in Atlanta and he isn’t even in the damn city! Since last Saturday there’s been a big debate about why the fans in Atlanta are not happy about the Matt Ryan pick at number 3.

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LeBron James and Gisele Bundchen VOGUE Cover Causes Racial Stir…And No One Understands Why???

Posted in Blogroll, Charles Barkley, Gisele, LeBron James, Michael Jordan, O.J. Simpson, Race and Sports Culture, Race in Sports, Racial Issues, Ricky Williams, Tiger Woods, Tom Brady, Vogue on March 28th, 2008 by Ron Glover

What the…
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This ain’t no coincidence. The enlistment pic was sent to me by a prominent writer soon after the issue hit the stands. It’s the same damn pic. The weapon of choice is different and Gisele isn’t topless, but you get the idea. Annie Leibovitz definitely has some explaining to do for this bullcrap–Mizzo

Once again a national publication has taken the liberty of pissing off the Black community. The April issue of VOGUE focuses on NBA superstar LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers and supermodel Gisele Bundchen, girlfriend of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. The cover of the magazine draws comparison to the King Kong/Fay Wray pose – James is shown baring his teeth, clutching the waist of Bunchen with his shoulders hunched in a gorilla-like pose. This recent development opens the door for James, who is arguably the most popular player in the NBA to address this issue and others concerning race in sports and how Blacks – specifically how Black men are viewed.

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