Women

‘It is Important for Black Women to be Amplified in Every Field’

Being a person of color in the sports world remains difficult. Its positions of power are monopolized by white men. So a Black woman hosting a sports media giant’s signature show is more than an accomplishment; it’s part of a hopeful trend of inclusion.

ESPN‘s Elle Duncan is co-anchor of the 6 p.m. weekday SportsCenter. She just signed a new multi-year deal with the sports network that virtually guarantees her spot for several more years. Duncan began her career in broadcasting in 2003 as an entertainment reporter for former Atlanta sports radio station 790 the Zone. Two years later, Duncan began a seven-year stint as an on-air personality with Atlanta hip-hop station V103.

She then moved into the sports arena as co-host of pre-game, halftime, and post-game shows for the Atlanta Falcons Radio Network in 2010 and 2011. After working stints in the Atlanta

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Drake’s new album art oddly features 12 pregnant women as emojis, and everyone from Lil Nas X to his fans are making fun of it

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Drake. Jerritt Clark/Getty Images for Noir Blanc

  • Drake announced the release date of his sixth album, “Certified Lover Boy,” on Instagram Monday.

  • He also revealed the cover, which features 12 pregnant-woman emojis with various skin tones.

  • Many fans are disappointed with the artwork, calling it “ugly,” “abysmal,” and “offensively bad.”

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Drake has announced that his long-awaited sixth album, “Certified Lover Boy,” will be released on Friday – but the reveal was met with mixed reactions.

After months of delays and a cryptic ad on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” on Friday, Drake confirmed his album’s release date with an Instagram post on Monday.

The caption reads simply, “CERTIFIED LOVER BOY SEPTEMBER 3,” while the image shows 12 pregnant-woman emojis with various skin tones.

Tidal’s chief content officer Elliott Wilson confirmed the image as the album’s official cover on Twitter. It was also shared by OVO

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Black Women And Babies Are Dying In Greater Numbers

The programme makes use of a new method of together with parenting in routine child health visits. One specific caregiving exercise by which Sears claims fathers must be supportive somewhat than major is feeding. Through what known as “bottle nursing”, fathers and other caregivers who can’t Baby breastfeed maintain the infant touching their naked torso and feed gently and intimately, focusing their consideration on the infant. As Erica Jong noticed, the rise of attachment parenting adopted a surge of glamourized motherhood of popular stars (Angelina Jolie, Madonna, Gisele Bündchen) within the mass media.

Baby & Parenting

Family, relationships, cash, faculty, work, life goals, personal beliefs, and the well-being of your future youngster — most people think carefully about all of these things earlier than choosing to parent. But every individual’s situation is completely different, and only you can decide what’s finest in your case. Lucie’s List was a lifesaver for me… Still is … Read More

Simone Biles Calls Out ESPN For Not Featuring Any Women In Their “Greatest Of All Time” Picks

From Seventeen

Haven’t the world learned by now that women cannot and should not be ignored? Apparently not, but Simone Biles is here to remind everyone. The gymnast called out ESPN on Tuesday for completely disregarding women on Twitter.

In a now-deleted tweet, ESPN’s SportsCenter shared an image by artist @dayxsleep, which highlighted some of the “Greatest of All Time” or GOATs in various sports. The image features big names like Muhammad Ali, Tom Brady, and Michael Jordan, but there is not a woman in sight.

“There are so many women I can think of that belong in this photo yet there are none,” Simone said in response to the image and she immediately gained support from others on Twitter. “Thank you @Simone_Biles for once again speaking out for women’s sports, and as an extension, for women and girls all around the world. In this day and age, shame on

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