Tag Archives: The White House

President Obama Honors Negro League Players At The White House

President Obama Honors Negro League Players At The White House

President Barack Obama honored former baseball players from the Negro League, a haven for Black players who for decades were prevented from competing with white players in professional baseball.

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FUNKALICIOUS 200!! THE BREAKDOWN OF HANDKERCHIEF HEADS

FUNKALICIOUS 200!! THE BREAKDOWN OF HANDKERCHIEF HEADS

Some television shows celebrate their 200th episode.  Generally T-V programs will review and/ or reflect on shows past, when celebrating the 200th show.  That’s very appropriate for television, and I suppose I could touch on a few of my favorite blogs over the past five years, but I believe speaking on public figures that are anti-FUNK or just plain FUNKED UP may be more intriguing.

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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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FUNK Unacceptable Behavior: Why We Still Need Black History Month

FUNK Unacceptable Behavior: Why We Still Need Black History Month

It’s 2013, Two-Thousand-Thirteen… in lieu of recent occurrences, I have to start this blog by pointing out how these things happened during Black History Month, which is now also known as African-American History Month.  This annual vital observance began in the United States in 1926.

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