Soccer may be the world’s most popular sport. But in my experience, soccer is a sport for the privileged few.
Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins made a big statement without saying a word.
“Forcing team personnel to stand for the anthem and threatening those who don’t with fines is the complete, utter opposite of advancing any sort of social justice,” writes young activist Seun Babalola.
Chloe Kim is now an Olympic gold medalist — and her tweets during the competition are also gold!
There are so many teens competing in Pyeongchang it’s starting to feel like Tumblr.
As more survivors of sexual assault speak up, US gymnastics leadership is being rocked to its core.
Inspired by Colin Kaepernick, a Bay Area high school cheerleading squad begins taking a knee during the national anthem, despite backlash from coaches and spectators.
The Super Bowl has always been famous for its ads. But what made this year’s advertisers feel emboldened to take political stances?