The NFL will finally put an end to “standardization of races”, Barack and Michelle Obama will be exiting the playoffs to teach civics to children and Evelyn Lozada will be leaving “Basketball Wives”.
NFL to stop ‘normalizing racing’ After reaching a $ 1 billion settlement
On Wednesday, the NFL agreed to end the practice of ‘racial normalization’ in a billion dollar settlement over brain injury claims while promising to review previous cases for evidence potential for racial prejudice, The Associated Press reports. The normalization of the breed involves assuming that black athletes started out with lower cognitive abilities, which made it more difficult for players to show impaired brain function and qualify for an award for brain damage claims. .
Barack and Michelle Obama to teach civics to children with Netdlix animated series
On Wednesday, Barack and Michelle Obama announced that their latest project, an animated children’s film series, will air on Netflix, Weekly entertainment reports. The 10-episode series titled We the people teach children civic education classes in the United States. Each three-minute episode will offer “an exuberant call to action for everyone to rethink civics education as a living, breathing thing and reframe their understanding of what government and citizenship mean in a modern world,” a statement said. release of the series.
Yvonne Orji talks about filming sex scenes while she is celibate
Yvonne Orji has been an open book regarding her decision to practice celibacy, but she admits that her vow of abstinence made filming sex scenes on the set of “Insecure” a little awkward. Her wardrobe stylist, however, helped her find her groove – literally. “[The costume designer] watched the first tape, she took me to the bathroom and said you have to let the man run, you’re out of step, ”Orji said during an appearance on Zuri Hall’s Hot happy mess“She gets behind me and she makes the movements. It is very practical. So she’s like, go call her [Langston Kerman] here. So we practiced in the bathroom.
Evelyn Lozada to quit ‘basketball wives’
After nine seasons, Evelyn Lozada ends her tenure with the basketball brides franchise. “I’m not going to do any more basketball brides. I think it’s time for me to open up the universe to other things, ”said Lozada E! New. “It was a difficult decision, because I could do it with my eyes closed, but at the same time it’s so difficult and it takes so much energy, and it’s not the most positive energy.”
Mathew Knowles to Discuss Health Disparities Affecting Men of Color at EmPOWERED To Serve Roundtable
On Thursday, the American Red Cross will host one of its EmPOWERED To Serve panel discussions, which discusses relevant issues facing historically disadvantaged communities. The final installment in the series, EmPOWERED Men’s Health-Live Fierce, Stand for All, will feature Mathew Knowles and discuss how structural racism affects the health of men of color. Ana Sierra, Ph.D., and Ngoc Vuong will also be members of the panel, which will be moderated by Brahma Sharma, MD, cardiologist and chair of the American Heart Association’s AAPI Liaison Committee for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Death. sudden. The event is scheduled to take place on Thursday, June 3, 2021 at 5 p.m. PT, 7 p.m. CT and 8 p.m. ET. Anyone interested in attending EmPOWERED To Serve events can do so by clicking on here.