“What stands out about the WASPs is that they excluded Black women entirely,” he tells TIME. However, Nike, the WNBA and the Dallas Wings recently learned the history of the program does not align with our shared values of diversity, equity and inclusion. “We are incredibly proud of WNBA players who continue to lead with their inspiring voices and effective actions in the league’s dedicated fight against systemic racism and violence,” she said. “As a Black woman who has followed this league, I’ve seen time and time again how it has failed Black women. “A solution will require an intentional culture shift where Black women are seen, heard, considered and, most importantly, valued.”Get The Brief.
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