''I chose my words very carefully, though I couldn't control my tone. My delivery left something to be desired. But I knew what I was doing. When they called me a 'thug,' I provoked a discussion."
Mild Sauce Mag's insight:
After an angry outburst at another player during a game, African American NFL Seahawks star Richard Sherman was tagged an angry thug. At a recent panel on race and sports, Sherman educated Harvard kids on the subject.
Obama Looks to Boost Young Minorities TIME (blog) Through what's being called the “My Brother's Keeper” initiative, the White House is partnering with businesses, nonprofits and foundations to address disparities in education, criminal justice and...
Obama launches program to bolster minority boys Sacramento Bee The My Brother's Keeper program will bring together foundations, businesses and governments to search for ways to support boys in the areas of early childhood development, parental...
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