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But ESPN has decided that it must now carry the water for the Social Justice Warriors and inject its own view of how the world should be into the sports arena.

She won the inaugural Van Mc Kenzie Cup at the Poynter Media Summit in 2007 and has also been felicitated with a North Carolina Press Association Award and a Michigan Rising Star Alumni Award. and was raised in Houston, Texas and in Southfield, Detroit.

Hill was born on 21 December 1975 in Detroit, Michigan, U. She is the only daughter Denise Dennard and Jerel Brickerson, both of whom are of African American ethnicity.

After getting dragged through the dirt in his hungover Sunday suit earlier this week, Ray Lewis ended up on the wrong side of the slander-mobile again.

This time, for saying the reason he was on both knees before the game was because he was praying, not protesting.

Hill was then employed as a sports writer by the Detroit Free Press in 1999.

During her tenure at DFP, Hill covered national and international sports events such the NBA Playoffs and the 2004 Summer Olypmics.

I wonder why Schilling wasn’t given the same consideration.

I wonder why starring in a reality show is courageous.

Robert Lee is Asian American and has about as much to do with the Confederate general as Vivien Leigh, who won an Oscar for playing a woman who supported General … Then there was the debacle of Sergio (I’m not making this up) Dipp, who spent his inaugural appearance on the network by rambling on about how wonderful diversity and immigrants and all that stuff is, when the people who are paying to watch a football game didn’t give a damn about the cultural heritage of the coach and just wanted to hear some marginally coherent commentary from the sideline.

He explained his performance as follows: “All I wanted to do was to show some respect, making my debut as a minority on American national TV, the biggest stage out there, on the most heartfelt day in this great country made up by immigrants, but on some people’s perspective, it all went wrong.” That “most heartfelt day” was 9/11 and frankly, it wasn’t a time to extol the virtues of immigrants, especially not at a football game.

We have ESPN giving the “Arthur Ashe Courage Award” to Caitlyn Jenner instead of a courageous teen who died of brain cancer, primarily because Jenner changed from male to female on a Diane Sawyer prime-time special.