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PROFESSOR ACIE EARL HAS TAUGHT MULTIPLE CLASSES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA FOR OVER 10 YEARS IN THE SPORTS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT AND THE HEALTH AND HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY DEPT, IS THE AUTHOR OF THIS BOOK. COACH EARL, HAS ALSO COACHED HIGH SCHOOL FOR 5 YEARS, AAU GIRLS/ BOYS, FOR 12 YEARS. ALONG WITH COACHING SEMI PRO BASKETBALL FOR OVER 3 YEARS AND COMBINED 16 YEARS TRAINING AND HOSTING BASKETBALL CAMPS WITH YMCA, NIKE AND PHENOM AMERICA HE HAS MUCH EXPERIENCE WITH YOUTH AND ELITE PLAYERS. THIS IS HIS 7TH BOOK TO DATE IN 2021 AS COACH EARL DIVES INTO THE ELEMENTS OF SPORTS FROM THE BLACK ATHLETES PERSPECTIVE SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE ARIVAL OF US IN NORTH AMERICA. WE START FROM THE ORGINS OF PRE AFRICA SLAVERY, THE PASSAGE, SLAVERY IN AMERICA, LANGUAGE LINGUISTICS, THE UNDERGOUND RAILROAD, SHARECROPPING, FREEDOM WITH THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION, CIVIL RIGHTS ERA, COVID-19, THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT,AND TODAY'S ROLE OF THE BLACK ATHLETE. NO SPORT IS LEFT OUT, EVERY LEVEL FROM YOUTH, COLLEGE AND PROFESSIONAL. OTHER TOPICS INCLUDE GENTICS, NAMES, SPORTS AND POSITIONS THE BLACK ATHLETE HAS BEEN BRED, FORCED AND ALLOWED TO PLAY. LAST BUT NOT LEAST ALSO PROFESSOR EARL DETAILS THE FINANCIAL IMPACT THAT THE BLACK ATHLETE HAS HAD ON SPORTS WITH THE ECONOMY IN GENERAL OVERALL WITH BLACK WEALTH IN THIS COUNTRY AND THE WORLD IN GENERAL. THERE IS EXTRA INFO ON THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT AND THE ROLE SPORTS AND ATHLETES OF ALL RACES AROUND THE WORLD WHOM PLAYED A ROLE. THIS IS PROFESSOR'S EARL'S BEST WORK. HIS AVERAGE BOOK PAGE COUNT IS BETWEEN 150-225 PAGES. THIS BOOK IS OVER 500 PAGES OF GREAT INSIGHT FOR ANY PERSON, YOUNG, OLD, BLACK WHITE, FOREIGN OR ANY GENDER. TAKE A DIVE INTO THE PARTIAL UNKNOWN, MIS UNDERSTOOD AND MULTI YEAR ACCEPTED STEREOTYPES. COACH EARL'S OTHER BOOKS CAN BE FOUND TO ORDER AND OR DOWNLOAD ON AMAZON AND HIS WEBSITE WWW.VENOMSPORTSTRAINING.COM
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Slavery in Sports
The Role of the Black Athlete
by Professor Acie Earl

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SLAVERY IN SPORTS –THE ROLE OF THE BLACK ATHLETE –BY Professor ACIE EARL GLOSSARY –PAGE 1 INTRO-Page 5 – Co edited by T-Bone CHAPTER 1 – THE ORGINS OF SLAVERY-page -17-Co edited by Dr. Deondre Earl CHAPTER 2 - THE DESTINATION-PAGE 25- co edited by JBN CHAPTER 3- LET THE GAMES BEGIN-PAGE 61-Co edited by CC CHAPTER 4– THE SEPERATION OF THE ATHLETES-page 131-co edited by BL CHAPTER 5-The NEGRO LEAGUES AND BLACK ONLY SPORTS -page 169-Rob Lucas CHAPTER 6- WHY DOES THE AGE OLD PROBLEM STILL EXIST?-page 223 CHAPTER 7-THE SUPERSLAVE IS ALIVE AND WELL AND IN PLAIN SIGHT/GENETICS -PAGE 247 CHAPTER 8 –WHATS IN A NAME –page 288 CHAPTER 9 -Clothing AND DRESS –PAGE 315 co-edited by JT CHAPTER 10-THE MINOR LEAGUE SYSTEM-PAGE 351 CHAPTER 11-THE GREAT MIGRATION NORTH –PAGE 369 CHAPTER 12- Intermixing- the BI RACIAL ISSUE-PAGE 400 CHAPTER 13-DO BLACKS EVEN CARE ABOUT THE PROBLEM SINCE EVERYONE IS MAKING MONEY?-page 414 CHAPTER 14-NO SPORT IS BEYOND OUR REACH PAGE 432 CHAPTER 15-The modern era- FREED SLAVES ARE DICTACTING THEIR OWN TERMS-PAGE 445 CHAPTER 16- Bonus chapter-1-THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC –PAGE 531 -co-edited by AJL CHAPTER 17 -Bonus chapter 2- The Black Lives MATTER MOVEMENT-PAGE 546-CO EDITED BY MB OUTRO-PAGE 559 THANK YOU'S AND SHOT OUTS PAGE 565 TOTAL PAGES 567
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INTRO – Co edited by T-Bone. Growing up in a predominately white area of Moline, IL I definitely felt something was wrong or odd. In my grade school I was often 1 of 4 or 6 African Americans in a school of 300 K thru 6 students. Most of the 4 or 6 were sibling groups who went to the same school. Of those sibling groups, we often knew each other from our parents knowing or working together, and in some cases, we lived on the same block or in the same neighborhood. In gym class or before and after school we were often picked 1st because others saw us as taller, faster, stronger, or more coordinated than the other white kids. Teachers often pushed us to play sports and compete against other schools or other classes for the teacher to be a winner. Mr. Brown in the 5/6th grade encouraged me to go out for track, and taught me volleyball and 4 square. Both sports that helped me with basketball. He coached after school sports and liked to go to different schools and win by having an athletic, tall team of African Americans
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SLAVERY IN SPORTS –THE ROLE OF THE BLACK ATHLETE –BY Professor ACIE EARL GLOSSARY –PAGE 1 INTRO-Page 5 – Co edited by T-Bone CHAPTER 1 – THE ORGINS OF SLAVERY-page -17-Co edited by Dr. Deondre Earl CHAPTER 2 - THE DESTINATION-PAGE 25- co edited by JBN CHAPTER 3- LET THE GAMES BEGIN-PAGE 61-Co edited by CC CHAPTER 4– THE SEPERATION OF THE ATHLETES-page 131-co edited by BL CHAPTER 5-The NEGRO LEAGUES AND BLACK ONLY SPORTS -page 169-Rob Lucas CHAPTER 6- WHY DOES THE AGE OLD PROBLEM STILL EXIST?-page 223 CHAPTER 7-THE SUPERSLAVE IS ALIVE AND WELL AND IN PLAIN SIGHT/GENETICS -PAGE 247 CHAPTER 8 –WHATS IN A NAME –page 288 CHAPTER 9 -Clothing AND DRESS –PAGE 315 co-edited by JT CHAPTER 10-THE MINOR LEAGUE SYSTEM-PAGE 351 CHAPTER 11-THE GREAT MIGRATION NORTH –PAGE 369 CHAPTER 12- Intermixing- the BI RACIAL ISSUE-PAGE 400 CHAPTER 13-DO BLACKS EVEN CARE ABOUT THE PROBLEM SINCE EVERYONE IS MAKING MONEY?-page 414 CHAPTER 14-NO SPORT IS BEYOND OUR REACH PAGE 432 CHAPTER 15-The modern era- FREED SLAVES ARE DICTACTING THEIR OWN TERMS-PAGE 445 CHAPTER 16- Bonus chapter-1-THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC –PAGE 531 -co-edited by AJL CHAPTER 17 -Bonus chapter 2- The Black Lives MATTER MOVEMENT-PAGE 546-CO EDITED BY MB OUTRO-PAGE 559 THANK YOU'S AND SHOT OUTS PAGE 565 TOTAL PAGES 567

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INTRO – Co edited by T-Bone. Growing up in a predominately white area of Moline, IL I definitely felt something was wrong or odd. In my grade school I was often 1 of 4 or 6 African Americans in a school of 300 K thru 6 students. Most of the 4 or 6 were sibling groups who went to the same school. Of those sibling groups, we often knew each other from our parents knowing or working together, and in some cases, we lived on the same block or in the same neighborhood. In gym class or before and after school we were often picked 1st because others saw us as taller, faster, stronger, or more coordinated than the other white kids. Teachers often pushed us to play sports and compete against other schools or other classes for the teacher to be a winner. Mr. Brown in the 5/6th grade encouraged me to go out for track, and taught me volleyball and 4 square. Both sports that helped me with basketball. He coached after school sports and liked to go to different schools and win by having an athletic, tall team of African Americans

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Genre:SPORTS & RECREATION

Subgenre:Sociology of Sports

Language:English

Pages:567

eBook ISBN:9781098362966


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SLAVERY IN SPORTS –THE ROLE OF THE BLACK ATHLETE –BY Professor ACIE EARL GLOSSARY –PAGE 1 INTRO-Page 5 – Co edited by T-Bone CHAPTER 1 – THE ORGINS OF SLAVERY-page -17-Co edited by Dr. Deondre Earl CHAPTER 2 - THE DESTINATION-PAGE 25- co edited by JBN CHAPTER 3- LET THE GAMES BEGIN-PAGE 61-Co edited by CC CHAPTER 4– THE SEPERATION OF THE ATHLETES-page 131-co edited by BL CHAPTER 5-The NEGRO LEAGUES AND BLACK ONLY SPORTS -page 169-Rob Lucas CHAPTER 6- WHY DOES THE AGE OLD PROBLEM STILL EXIST?-page 223 CHAPTER 7-THE SUPERSLAVE IS ALIVE AND WELL AND IN PLAIN SIGHT/GENETICS -PAGE 247 CHAPTER 8 –WHATS IN A NAME –page 288 CHAPTER 9 -Clothing AND DRESS –PAGE 315 co-edited by JT CHAPTER 10-THE MINOR LEAGUE SYSTEM-PAGE 351 CHAPTER 11-THE GREAT MIGRATION NORTH –PAGE 369 CHAPTER 12- Intermixing- the BI RACIAL ISSUE-PAGE 400 CHAPTER 13-DO BLACKS EVEN CARE ABOUT THE PROBLEM SINCE EVERYONE IS MAKING MONEY?-page 414 CHAPTER 14-NO SPORT IS BEYOND OUR REACH PAGE 432 CHAPTER 15-The modern era- FREED SLAVES ARE DICTACTING THEIR OWN TERMS-PAGE 445 CHAPTER 16- Bonus chapter-1-THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC –PAGE 531 -co-edited by AJL CHAPTER 17 -Bonus chapter 2- The Black Lives MATTER MOVEMENT-PAGE 546-CO EDITED BY MB OUTRO-PAGE 559 THANK YOU'S AND SHOT OUTS PAGE 565 TOTAL PAGES 567

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INTRO – Co edited by T-Bone. Growing up in a predominately white area of Moline, IL I definitely felt something was wrong or odd. In my grade school I was often 1 of 4 or 6 African Americans in a school of 300 K thru 6 students. Most of the 4 or 6 were sibling groups who went to the same school. Of those sibling groups, we often knew each other from our parents knowing or working together, and in some cases, we lived on the same block or in the same neighborhood. In gym class or before and after school we were often picked 1st because others saw us as taller, faster, stronger, or more coordinated than the other white kids. Teachers often pushed us to play sports and compete against other schools or other classes for the teacher to be a winner. Mr. Brown in the 5/6th grade encouraged me to go out for track, and taught me volleyball and 4 square. Both sports that helped me with basketball. He coached after school sports and liked to go to different schools and win by having an athletic, tall team of African Americans

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About the author


PROFESSOR ACIE EARL HAS TAUGHT MULTIPLE CLASSES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA FOR OVER 10 YEARS IN THE SPORTS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT AND THE HEALTH AND HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY DEPT, IS THE AUTHOR OF THIS BOOK. COACH EARL, HAS ALSO COACHED HIGH SCHOOL FOR 5 YEARS, AAU GIRLS/ BOYS, FOR 12 YEARS. ALONG WITH COACHING SEMI PRO BASKETBALL FOR OVER 3 YEARS AND COMBINED 16 YEARS TRAINING AND HOSTING BASKETBALL CAMPS WITH YMCA, NIKE AND PHENOM AMERICA HE HAS MUCH EXPERIENCE WITH YOUTH AND ELITE PLAYERS. THIS IS HIS 7TH BOOK TO DATE IN 2021 AS COACH EARL DIVES INTO THE ELEMENTS OF SPORTS FROM THE BLACK ATHLETES PERSPECTIVE SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE ARIVAL OF US IN NORTH AMERICA. WE START FROM THE ORGINS OF PRE AFRICA SLAVERY, THE PASSAGE, SLAVERY IN AMERICA, LANGUAGE LINGUISTICS, THE UNDERGOUND RAILROAD, SHARECROPPING, FREEDOM WITH THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION, CIVIL RIGHTS ERA, COVID-19, THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT,AND TODAY'S ROLE OF THE BLACK ATHLETE. NO SPORT IS LEFT OUT, EVERY LEVEL FROM YOUTH, COLLEGE AND PROFESSIONAL. OTHER TOPICS INCLUDE GENTICS, NAMES, SPORTS AND POSITIONS THE BLACK ATHLETE HAS BEEN BRED, FORCED AND ALLOWED TO PLAY. LAST BUT NOT LEAST ALSO PROFESSOR EARL DETAILS THE FINANCIAL IMPACT THAT THE BLACK ATHLETE HAS HAD ON SPORTS WITH THE ECONOMY IN GENERAL OVERALL WITH BLACK WEALTH IN THIS COUNTRY AND THE WORLD IN GENERAL. THERE IS EXTRA INFO ON THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT AND THE ROLE SPORTS AND ATHLETES OF ALL RACES AROUND THE WORLD WHOM PLAYED A ROLE. THIS IS PROFESSOR'S EARL'S BEST WORK. HIS AVERAGE BOOK PAGE COUNT IS BETWEEN 150-225 PAGES. THIS BOOK IS OVER 500 PAGES OF GREAT INSIGHT FOR ANY PERSON, YOUNG, OLD, BLACK WHITE, FOREIGN OR ANY GENDER. TAKE A DIVE INTO THE PARTIAL UNKNOWN, MIS UNDERSTOOD AND MULTI YEAR ACCEPTED STEREOTYPES. COACH EARL'S OTHER BOOKS CAN BE FOUND TO ORDER AND OR DOWNLOAD ON AMAZON AND HIS WEBSITE WWW.VENOMSPORTSTRAINING.COM

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