Some of us, and very very few, have been trying to point out things here recently in comments regarding the Willie Randolph scenario, and the racial implicatons. Those like me have been abused here (which is fine in a free country), and mislabeled for our views that racism against minorities (and there's no such thing as "reverse racism") are as strong as ever and it is showing up in sports daily. Most recently, with Willie Randolph, who in case I have not made myself clear here, was on the money with his comments to Ian O'Connor concerning racism.
The New York Times columnist William C. Rhoden has written the column today that needs to be read by all of us, yet will be denied and castigated by many - if they even get through it. Anyway, that's all I have for today. Here's the link to Rhoden's column appearing in the Sunday Sports section of today's New York Times. Please take a look, as this genius articulates, expresses, and explains this issue better than any American columnist out there.