Tag Archives: Sports Illustrated

40 YEARS OF CELEBRATING BLACK (AMERICAN) HISTORY MONTH!

40 YEARS OF CELEBRATING BLACK (AMERICAN) HISTORY MONTH!

Forty years ago this February, President Gerald Ford, was the first to recognize “Black History Month.”  This period of acknowledgement evolved from “Negro History Week,” that was created by historian Carter G. Woodson, and other prominent African-Americans.  This installment of the FUNKALICIOUS blog, is a retrospective of some American and Internatinal “Black” History accomplishments and occurrences, throughout 2015…

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SERENA’S FUNKY SUCCESS

SERENA’S FUNKY SUCCESS

Wow!  If Serena Williams isn’t winning a tennis tournament, she’s popping up on magazine covers or in an (almost) ad for a new video game.  The FUNK of Serena can’t be stopped.  The winner of The French Open for the second time, she graces the cover of Essence magazine for the July issue.

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FUNK the Stigmas in SPORTS: CONGRATS JASON COLLINS

FUNK the Stigmas in SPORTS: CONGRATS JASON COLLINS

The end of stigmas in sports overall would be a tremendous human achievement.  The reality of that actually occurring is very slim, but the courage that NBA B-Ball player Jason Collins has displayed is unprecedented.  As a result he got unprecedented support from fellow NBA players and President Barack Obama — our hats here at The Museum of UnCut Funk come off to him.  There’s not even much I can say, here’s an excerpt of the interview from the source that broke the story, Sports Illustrated…

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