Black Head Coaches
Norm Roberts, the acting head basketball coach at the University of Kansas, will stay in that position as the NCAA Tournament begins Thursday while Bill Self remains recovering from an unspecified "illness."
The NFL has had 500+ head coaches over more than a century. Just 25 have been Black.
Amid a racial discrimination lawsuit against the NFL, civil rights leaders met with commissioner Roger Goodell to demand change to the league's pro-diversity policy that has failed.
Black NFL head coach David Culley was fired from the Houston Texans last week. He is the second NFL Black head coach in a week to be fired from the job.
Rap vet and celebrity sports fan Snoop Dogg has a strong opinion about the lack of ownership in the NFL, and you might even agree with his candid call-out of what he says is racism.
Sports sociologist Harry Edwards explains to NewsOne what it will take for NFL owners to hire more Black head coaches.
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