Game-Changers

Social change needs to occur because in order to move forward as a society, we have to keep up with the times.

Like LeBron said ” A lot of people kind of use the analogy that Black Lives Matter is a movement…… when you Black, it’s not a movement, it’s a lifestyle.”

This is not a moment that lasts for a couple months then everything returns to normal.

This is something we continuously have to put on the front line because it impacts many people, particulary the Black community who have and continue to deal with systemic racism for centuries.

If you don’t speak up for others or yourself, who will do it for you?

The next generation is our future and we need to prepare them for a better world to live in.

The fight for justice and equality never ends!!!โœŠ๐ŸฟโœŠ๐ŸฝโœŠ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฟ

Sports have officially returned and have started their way back up from they stopped.

The MLB( Major League Baseball) started up a couple of days ago and things are somewhat the way it was before with the homeruns, base-running, etc.

The difference is there is no fans in the stadiums, but you can stream the games on tv.

The NBA ( National Basketball Association) started up a couple days ago and things are slowly going back to the way it was before.

The difference is there are no fans in the arenas and the teams, players are in a Florida resort playing basketball. The rust is still there but it will go away eventually.

The WNBA (Women’s National Basketball Association) begins its season this saturday and I am excited honestly. I am a huge fan of women’s basketball and I enjoy watching them play.

The difference is there are no fans in the arenas and the teams, players are in a Florida resort playing basketball. Its going to exciting to watch!๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ’ฏ

Maya Moore is one of favorite players and she is really good.

2020 has been a up and down year but it will get better down the road.

Keep Striving for greatness and for Justice!!!๐Ÿ™๐ŸฟโœŠ๐ŸผโœŠ๐ŸฝโœŠ๐Ÿฟ

11 thoughts on “Game-Changers

  1. It’s a real shame that the fight for justice and equality never ends, it’s exhausting. I’d really like my life not to be dictated by the way others see my brown skin.

    Must be weird to play in a crowdless arena as a professional athlete

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  2. There is so much to be done, and it really isn’t something that can be moved away from after a certain amount of time — LeBron James, and other high-profile sportspeople, are important in making everyone aware, and I am grateful to them that they do. It must be an interesting experience for them to play to no crowds (I’ve watched various sports on tv with crowd noise being played) and I hope they continue to get to play, just be as safe as possible!

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  3. “If you don’t speak up for yourself or others, who would do it for you?” Powerful. I am learning to use my voice to fight for my interracial family and for a better future for my children.

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  4. It is really sad that the fight for equality never ends, its been going on for centuries! In our world today this issue expands to almost all sectors in society. Glad that through sports we are constantly reminded that all of us are equal. Pretty strange watching football without fan but we have to get used with this new norm till further notice.

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