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While Seattle celebrates their fourth title in team history, the WNBA will revel in television viewership growth this season. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Beyond the Scoreboard: Get Behind the WNBA or Get Left Behind

October 7, 2020

More importantly, an average of 570,000 people tuned in to ESPN and watched the Storm earn its fourth title in team history.

Violence at Protests Exemplifies Need for Respect

Violence at Protests Exemplifies Need for Respect

September 16, 2020

Once the human race learns the concept of mutual respect, and how to respect each other more, we will be one step closer to living in a world where justice and peace are not merely chants or cries in the streets.

Kelly Loeffler (above), a U.S. senator and part-owner of the WNBA's Atlanta Dream, has offended her players with her unwillingness to support Black Lives Matter. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Kelly Loeffler’s Rhetoric Offends Her WNBA Team

September 16, 2020

Kelly Loeffler, a U.S. Senator and owner of the Atlanta Dream, has publicly refused to speak out in support of the Black Lives Matter movement that her players have supported.

The Black Lives Matter movement had gained immense momentum on social media over the summer (Courtesy of Twitter).

Finding Meaning in Social Media Activism

August 23, 2020

Dedicated and meaningful activism cannot end with a simply shared post, but it just might begin there.

Protests in response to the death of George Floyd have taken place across the United States (Courtesy of Flickr).

Police Brutality Protests Highlight Racial Disparities in Challenging Injustice

June 5, 2020

Denied a majority, nonviolent protest can never fully succeed unless the majority — the beneficiary of whatever injustice is occurring — agrees to voluntarily give up their benefits to alleviate the suffering of the minority.

Janaya Khan is a Black, queer, gender-nonconforming activist who founded Black Lives Matter in Canada. (Abbey Delk/The Fordham Ram)

Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter Canada Invited to Fordham as Keynote Speaker

January 29, 2020

Khan was invited to be a keynote speaker as part of Fordham’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Week 2020 celebration, put together by the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer.

Fashion designer, Melody Ehansi moderates a panel on 'Race' with Black Lives Matter activist Janaya Khan, South Sudanese model Mari Malek and British-Pakistani model Mariah Idrissi. (Isha Khawaja/The Fordham Ram)

Real Talk at Gurls Talk: Panel Highlights Women’s Stories

March 14, 2018

By Isha Khawaja On Sunday March 12, the Gurls Talk Festival in collaboration with Coach and Teen Vogue harbored a space for young girls to share their insecurities about their bodies, learn to actively...

Hawk Newsome, president of Black Lives Matter of Great New York, addressed the Fordham study body about activism and community involvement in the Bronx (Courtesy of Fordham Libertarians).

BLM Leader Urges Action Against Racism

March 7, 2018

By Joergen Ostensen Hawk Newsome, the president of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York, (BLMGNY) spoke at Fordham about his activism, his biography and his discontentment with both the political system and Fordham University. ...

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