Super Bowl

The future of the Black quarterback in the NFL is in good hands.

Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph is slated to sing the Black national anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing," before Super Bowl LVII.

Rihanna reversed her solidarity with former NFL player Colin Kaepernick.

Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and 50 Cent were featured in the Super Bowl LVI halftime show. Here are five takeaways from the show.

Sex trafficking is a problem that disproportionately affects poor Black and brown women. If advocates or law enforcement tell you that this is a real issue, believe them. This year’s big game is in Los Angeles, which makes the risk even greater.

With all of its pomp and circumstance, Black artists have performed the traditional song with soul and valor, under the backdrop of a country that has systematically oppressed descendants of chattel slavery.

The notion that super-woke Black culture had canceled Jay-Z for his social justice and entertainment partnership with the NFL was challenged and then some during Super Bowl LIV in Miami.


PETA attempts to launch Colin Kaepernick-inspired Super Bowl ad featuring animals kneeling.

Folks have questions for the quarterback ahead of the Super Bowl.

Andrew Luck's abrupt retirement from the Indianapolis Colts just days before the NFL season was set to begin seemingly left a roster void that people on Twitter say Colin Kaepernick could easily, and eagerly, fill.

Jay-Z’s reach over the social justice realm just got extended that much farther after it was announced on Tuesday that one of his companies was teaming up with the NFL for “an "entertainment and social justice partnership.”

The savages were fighting over the Super Bowl.