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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Ethical Debates

Idaho girls’ basketball coach fired over boob grab photo

Laraine Cook, the girls’ basketball coach at Pocatello High School in Idaho, was fired last month because of a photo she posted on her Facebook account that featured her boyfriend grabbing her breast. The boyfriend, who is the school’s football coach, was not fired and only reprimanded. Cook was fired on Oct. 22 over the…Read More

Tony Scheffler, Louis Delmas use racial slurs as sign of friendship

Riley Cooper’s recent racist outburst has brought a significant amount of attention to the issue of racism in the NFL this month. Many fans and players are outraged over his use of the N-word, while others have expressed a willingness to forgive Cooper and move on. For some, it is the way Cooper used the…Read More

Dwyane Wade on cover of Ebony Magazine, sons wearing Trayvon Martin hoodies

The September issue of Ebony Magazine aims to honor Trayvon Martin and keep the conversation of race in America alive, according to Huffington Post. The magazine has four different covers for the issue, including one featuring Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade, and his two sons. Wade’s sons Zaire and Zion are both wearing gray hoodies…Read More

Charles Barkley believes right decision was made in George Zimmerman trial

The George Zimmerman verdict has been the most controversial topic in America over the past week since the Florida man was acquitted on Saturday in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Several powerful figures from the sports world have voiced their opinions on the matter, with most of them bashing the legal system and…Read More

Marcus Vick went ballistic over the George Zimmerman verdict

Marcus Vick is known for sharing strong opinions over Twitter, and nothing elicited a stronger reaction from the former Virginia Tech quarterback than the acquittal of George Zimmerman on Saturday. Vick started off simply by saying there was no justice done in the case. So it's ok for me to follow n start a fight…Read More

PETA asks Tampa Bay Rays to remove rays tank in center field

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, better known as PETA, has written a letter to the Tampa Bay Rays requesting that the team remove its Rays Touch Tank from center field Tropicana Field. According to The Tampa Tribune, Delcianna Winders, director of PETA captive animal law enforcement, argued in the letter that the placement…Read More

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