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Unlike Michael Jordan, the man who has a statue on the east side of the United Center, Rose took a stand on a polarizing issue as a player.
Once you were not afraid to ask that all-important question: “Who’s afraid of a large black man?” Tragically, it now seems like the answer might be you.
Professional soccer does everything to castrate its own energy of happiness, but it survives in spite of all the spites.
The Cup has become a tool for neoliberal plunder—but Brazilians are fighting back.
Sports tournaments will pollute air for “the earth’s lungs.”
To curb sexual assault, victims need allies and advocates. Former University of Missouri football player Rolandis Woodland is a model for this.
In the London neighborhood of Forest Gate, the spark of a soccer revolution is brewing.
The Nation's sports editor Dave Zirin will join former luge competitor Samantha Retrosi to take reader questions on the politics of the Olympic games.
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