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National Basketball Association: Steve Nash, Laker Point Guard,   Rules Himself Out for the 2014-15 NBA Season Due to a Recurring   Back Injury
Women Tennis Association: Serena Williams Ends Women’s Tennis   Association Season Rank Number One
National Football League: Michael Sam Released by the Dallas   Cowboys
National Basketball Association: Kevin Durant Won't Rush Return to   NBA from Foot Injury
Major League Baseball: Matt Williams (MLB Washington Nationals)   Named NL Manager of the Year
Major League Baseball: Mike Scioscia Named AL Manager of Year   by Sporting News
National Collegiate Athletic Association: National Collegiate Athletic   Association Allows Mo’ne Davis to Be Paid For Ad, Maintain   Eligibility
College Football: FAMU Football Head Coach Fired, Corey Fuller   Named Interim Head Coach

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Life Insurance in the Black Community

Only four out of 10 Americans adults own a life insurance policy.  Those that have life policies do not have adequate coverage to prevent a devastating financial impact on the ones they love most. This statistic is even more pronounced in the Black Community.

African-American financial advisors would be excited to have the opportunity to help our Black families achieve their financial goals and objectives

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Negro League Baseball

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List of Historically
Black Colleges and Universities

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The 2014 Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) Racial and Gender Report Card
By The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES) at the University of Central Florida

The WNBA broke its own record for the highest combined grade in the history of the Racial and Gender Report Cards (RGRC) by accumulating 96.5 points. It once again received a combined grade of an A+ for race and gender, after earning an A+ for race and an A+ for gender in the 2014 WNBA Racial and Gender Report Card issued by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES) at the University of Central Florida. The 96.5 combined points surpassed its own record set in the 2013 WNBA RGRC, when it accumulated 96 points.

This marks the 10th consecutive year that the WNBA has received at least A’s for its overall race, gender and combined grades.

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- CIAA Conference Champions

- MEAC Conference Champions

- SIAC Conference Champions

- SWAC Conference Champions

- Previous Black Colleges   Conference Champions

- Black College National   Champions Selections

- All-Time Coaching Records

- Division I-AA Conference Index

- Division II Conference Index

- NAIA Conference Index

- Division I-AA Team Index

- Division II Team Index

HBCU Conference Standings, All-Conference Teams, & Sports Champions

Abdominal Muscle Strain

This information is not a tool for self-diagnosis or a substitute for medical treatment. You should speak to your health-care provider or make an appointment to be seen if you have questions or concerns about this information or your medical condition.

What is an abdominal muscle strain?

A strain is a stretch or tear of a muscle or tendon. People commonly call such an injury a "pulled" muscle. Your abdominal muscles may be strained during a forceful activity.

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