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Jemele Hill article in The Atlantic dangerously close to plagiarism

by Brian A. Wilkins
September 10, 2019 (updated September 11, 2019 at 4:31 a.m. Pacific. REFRESH PAGE)

God bless Jemele Hill. It’s rare these days for black people to use their platforms to convey black-targeted messages. You’re not allowed to tell truth in “mainstream” media these days as a black man or woman.

Ms. Hill gained my respect (despite wide differences in our overall world viewpoints) when she made the obvious observation that Donald Trump is a racist POS while she was employed by ESPN. She also called for Dallas Cowboy fans to boycott the team’s advertisers after … Read Entire Article

Fortifying Confederate Armies: Black Athletes and SEC Football

by Brian A. Wilkins
9/30/2009 (links and photos updated December 22, 2018)

ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2009/09/30/fortifying-confederate-armies-black-athletes-and-sec-football.aspx

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The AP (Associated Press) poll released this past Sunday had three of the top four Division I college football teams from the Southeastern Conference (SEC): #1 Florida, #3 Alabama, and #4 LSU. The University of Mississippi would also be in the top 5 had it not been for Thursday night’s 16-10 loss to South Carolina.

The SEC has clearly been the best conference in college football this millennium. Florida and LSU won all of the past three national titles. LSU also won … Read Entire Article