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Is America’s Legal System Capable of Defending Black Life Against Irrational...

AFRICANGLOBE - Florida's "Stand Your Ground" laws sanction America's legacy of untreated trauma, which stems from a history in which irrational White fear and Black male threat were intimately intertwined, a deadly historical relationship in which black men routinely paid with their lives.

Black Athletes Could Make History At The Winter Olympics

AFRICANGLOBE - There are five Black American athletes to keep an eye on during the 2014 Winter Olympics at Sochi in Krasnodar Krai, Russia. Speed skater Shani Davis, along with women’s bobsled members Lolo Jones, Lauryn Williams, Aja Evans and Jasmine Fenlator, are each in position to help make American history in the Winter Olympics.

Cool Runnings II: Jamaican Bobsleigh Team Qualifies For Winter Olympics

AFRICANGLOBE - With a little bit of perseverance, Jamaica's Winston Watts qualified to pilot a bobsled at next month's Olympics as the driver of a two-man team. Without additional funding, however, the island's latest bobsleigh team might not actually appear in the Sochi Games.