The Black History people from the NBA have been around for a long time.
For the NBA, it’s long been the league’s most prominent racial minority group, with black players and coaches on the bench in at least two of the last three decades.
Now, in an interview with ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, the Black History People have a new look: the team is named the Black Panthers, according to an article in The Atlantic.
The article, written by Jonathan Katz, also said that the team would include a “black president” and “Black NFL president.”
“Black history people have been a part of sports since the beginning of time, as long as the Black people played basketball,” said Jordan Schacht, a member of the Black Panther Party, who was not affiliated with the team.
“We will not sit back and take what happened in the past.
We will not allow it to happen again.”
The Panthers were founded in 1962 by a group of Panthers who were inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, which was inspired by the 1963 assassination of civil rights icon John Lewis.
The team is a black-owned, white-owned franchise, but the Panthers are not the only black sports team in the league.
The San Francisco 49ers, for instance, were founded by a black man named George Selby, who owned a team that had been owned by a white man named John Elway.
The Panthers’ new name also comes in the wake of a number of incidents involving racial slurs, including a chant of “Kill the n—-rs, kill the n—–s, kill them all” that was used during the team’s game against the Dallas Cowboys in March.
The chant has since been taken down.