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Major League Baseball’s first openly gay player, Glenn Burke is also credited with inventing the high-five.
Cultural influencers take off their blindfolds to destigmatize HIV prevention in ViiV’s “Me in You, You in Me” campaign. [VIDEOS]
The four-part docuseries “They Call Me Magic” on Apple TV+ offers an inside look at Magic Johnson and his sports and HIV legacy.
Allies and advocates unveil gender-neutral passports, launch new campaigns and show other support for transgender people. [VIDEO]
Plus, as an ambassador for the NBA’s 75th season, Magic Johnson encourages players and fans alike to get COVID-19 vaccinations.
“They let Magic Johnson play basketball with FULL-BLOWN HIV but won’t let Kyrie Irving play because he won’t get a COVID shot”? Nope.
The leader of Team USA’s women gymnasts stresses how important it is to prioritize mental health.
Only the Women’s National Basketball Association, at 99%, can boast a highly successful campaign to educate and vaccinate its players.
Black women can learn some lessons from Naomi Osaka’s recent refusal to talk to the press during the French Open.
Saunders, who placed fifth in the women’s shot put at the 2016 Rio Olympics, shares her mental health journey in a recent documentary.
Rikako Ikee, who competed in the 2016 Olympics at age 16, was diagnosed with leukemia in early 2019, prompting a yearlong hiatus.
The gift signifies the NFL’s longstanding commitment to equitable cancer care.
Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s home run record in 1974, fielding racism along the way.
As a Black man, the NBA legend and former Lakers star is at greater risk of prostate cancer, a disease he’s fought, he recently wrote.
Competition has a darker side that’s seldom discussed.
Have older elite athletes stopped the clock on the physiological decline of the body?
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