The Supreme Court, the NFL, and Struggle America Still Has with Things Involving Race; Also, Why Muscles Disappear As We Age

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss how Biden’s Supreme Court nominee pledge and Brian Flores’ lawsuit against the NFL illustrate in different ways on the struggle that America’s largest institutions, and really American society in general, continue to have in dealing with racial discrepancies in access, opportunity and outcomes (01:12).  The guys also take a look at the science behind why it is harder for people to build muscle as they age (43:35). 

Here’s the story behind Black History Month — and why it’s celebrated in February (WOSU – NPR)

Biden Expected to Nominate a Black Woman to the Supreme Court (NY Times)

A Black woman Supreme Court nominee could push corporate America into a new age of diversity (Insider)

Why are US rightwingers so opposed to a Black woman supreme court nominee? (The Guardian)

Brian Flores’s Lawsuit Has Brought the NFL’s Black Coaching Crisis to Its Boiling Point (The Ringer)

Brian Flores will use NFL’s past words, practices against it (NBC Sports)

50-year-old muscles just can’t grow big like they used to – the biology of how muscles change with age (The Conversation)

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