Just ask Burgess Owens.
NFL team Miami Dolphins offers Miami-area students a social justice grant and scholarship, provided the applicants have a 3.0 GPA, 40 hours of community service in social justice, and complete an essay prompt.
The National Football League, which has pledged $89 million to social justice causes to placate its players, is partnering with the historical college Morehouse College to host a “Advocacy in Sport” workshop in February 2017.
It turns out that university administrators can feel apologetic.
The way that black quarterbacks are described could be racist, professors allege in a journal article.
The College Fix reported: Heritage High School (Newport News, Virginia) teacher Lynne Pierce was attempting to make a point about racist terms and names in her AP History class, and as a result was put…
James Harrison, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker, posted on his Instagram page about taking issue with participation trophies: I’m sorry I’m not sorry for believing that everything in life should be earned and I’m not about to…
How does Salem State University have that kind of money to shell out for a speech from New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady?!
Really? How do deflated footballs in the National Football League actually help students learn real-life applications?!
Don’t they have something better to do than test deflated and inflated footballs? Apparently not.