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No Justice No LeBron: A Last Thought

It is true. I asked you to sit out. The reason I went as far as to ask you to sit out is because every bit of empathetic work you have done makes you the archetype for this sort of leadership. Whether it be hoodies, t-shirts or 4th quarter comebacks, your energy commands allegiance. I believe that you could inspire many others whose bodies are bread & butter, to engage in this sort of non-violent action. Something clicked for the Mizzou football team that I believe can click for Black professional athletes. Mizzou channeled the same energy that created the legacy of Paul Robeson, who was so critical of the United States, that for a period of time he not only lost money, but his right to enter the very country he was born in.

Muslim Players To Watch This NBA Season

Muslim players have had a fairly consistent presence in the NBA since the 1960s, from Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Zaid Abdul-Aziz, to Hakeem Olajuwon and Shareef Abdur-Rahim, to the dozen or so players who have populated NBA rosters in recent years.