An Oakland-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the racial wealth gap was among the inaugural recipients of Michael Jordan’s community grants.
As part of his $100 million commitment to fight systemic racism, NBA legend Michael Jordan is providing grants for grassroots organizations.
In 2014, the businessman made $100 million dollars from his Air Jordan brand -- he only raked in $94 million during his 15-year-career.
Maya Moore, the 6″0 star from UConn and the number one overall draft pick in the WNBA, became the first female athlete to sign with the Jordan Brand. Clutch Magazine reports: In a press release from the company announcing the deal, Nike and the Jordan family expressed their excitement naming Moore as their newest brand […]
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