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Inside Arizona's HBCU All-Star Game

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10.04.2024 10

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Basketball or a party? Either way, let's do more of this

The HBCU All-Star Game at Grand Canyon University was either a basketball game or a party, depending upon whom you ask. Either version would be...

09.04.2024 6

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Phoenix all-star game gives HBCUs much-needed exposure

Sometimes, all you need is an opportunity. With that in mind, CBS Sports is sponsoring the third annual HBCU All-Star Game at Grand Canyon University...

29.03.2024 4

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Charles Barkley would punch some Black Trump supporters

By threatening to punch people in the face, Charles Barkley signaled the most important demographic in the upcoming presidential election: Black...

08.03.2024 4

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

How Arizona's Black church revival could change things

It looks like we’re in the early stages of a revival of the Black church; maybe it means, as the Bible says, what has been will be again? The new...

04.03.2024 6

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Why sing 2 national anthems? Don't ask Tom Horne

If you want to know why there were two national anthems sung before the Super Bowl, don’t expect a good answer from Arizona public school students....

19.02.2024 4

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

New wave of Black leaders is transforming state politics

The face of leadership in Arizona is evolving. “Clearly, there are more African Americans interested in public service,” said Karl Gentles, a...

29.01.2024 3

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Chefs served homeless folks a meal fit for Muhammad Ali

It’s been eight years since Muhammad Ali died, but somehow The Greatest is still providing inspiration to people who need it most. On what would...

19.01.2024 6

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Lost MLK speech at ASU holds extra weight 60 years later

“We’ve got to get rid of the myth of time.” Martin Luther King, Jr. This year is the 60th anniversary of a little-known speech that the Rev....

12.01.2024 2

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Biden could've done better in his speech to Black voters

President Joe Biden on Monday called white supremacy “a poison that for too long has haunted this nation” in an appeal to Black voters who will be...

09.01.2024 3

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Nikki Haley hurts the GOP by failing to say 'slavery'

Hey, Nikki Haley: S-L-A-V-E-R-Y. I’m, of course, writing this in response to your declining to mention slavery in a debate when you were asked about...

29.12.2023 10

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Expect faith and football to collide at the Fiesta Bowl

Some folks just can’t stick to sports. A long-simmering debate over culture, religion and sports could boil over in Arizona when Liberty...

28.12.2023 6

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

What if 'The Color Purple' reboot exploits Black trauma?

The retelling of “The Color Purple,” due to hit theaters on Christmas Day, will either put fresh bruises on our collective psyche or add new...

20.12.2023 6

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

The most needed tech skill now? How to use AI wisely

Arizona State University computer technology expert Pei-yu Chen poses a brilliant “what if” scenario that should help anyone understand the...

08.12.2023 2

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

We're not doing enough to serve older and disabled folks

My buddy Howard Peretz, the “Old-School Sports Junkie,” is pretty funny. He did a standup set recently at a Phoenix comedy club to promote his new...

15.11.2023 6

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

How NBA stars and their fashion inspire Blacks to 'fly'

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16.10.2023 2

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

How we know Colin Kaepernick's fight with Trump is over

The worlds of social justice and professional football are bracing for a new collision with Colin Kaepernick requesting a tryout with the New York...

28.09.2023 7

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema makes a risky play for GOP votes

Kyrsten Sinema is drawing attention to herself again. Maybe this time, it’ll be good for American democracy? Sinema, the senior U.S. senator from...

26.09.2023 3

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

Are semiconductor training programs working? We don't know

No one wants to see a glitch in Arizona’s growing semiconductor production industry. But without better cooperation from stakeholders in politics,...

18.09.2023 10

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

What Deion Sanders, Ali and Trump have in common

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15.09.2023 2

Arizona Republic

Greg Moore

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