Former Dallas Cowboys star Michael Irvin and NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar spoke at the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ annual meeting in Dallas on Monday. One topic — L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
Owners of the Kung Fu Saloon, an Uptown bar under scrutiny for discrimination claims, said a visit by city council members is evidence of its commitment to providing an enjoyable time to all patrons.
What do you think of Mark Cuban’s recent comments about prejudice and bigotry? Let us know here!
Less than a month after the Donald Sterling controversy, Cuban talked about his personal prejudice, even calling himself “bigoted in a lot of different ways”.
Former Clippers center Olden Polynice tells 105.3 The Fan that owner Donald Sterling would often show off the players to his friends, even calling them “bucks”.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced on Tuesday that Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned for life and fined $2.5 million for allegedly making racist statements.
The most stunning part of today’s show was our “redneck” discussion stemming from Snoop Dogg’s attack of Donald Sterling. Sorry, I don’t find the two comparable.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is among the most opinionated owners in the NBA. He has opinions regarding Donald Sterling’s alleged comments, he’s just not sharing them.
As an African American man from a different era, former U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk has very different memories of the American civil rights movement.
CBS 11 News is taking time to remember the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act. The action was one part of the long journey to end racial segregation in the city of Dallas.
To this day, one of Dallas native Dr. Bert Moore’s prized possessions is a letter he received from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Moore invited Dr. King, via letter, to speak at SMU and though hesitant it was an invitation King accepted.
Racism allegations at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department have officials searching for a chief diversity officer — a hiring believed to be the first of its kind for a major state agency.