Montini: Does ESPN have a racial double standard?
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CLOSE After sports personality Jemele Hill called Donald Trump a 'White Supremacist' on Twitter Monday, her employer ESPN has sent out a statement Tuesday saying her views didn't reflect those of the network.
Every American has the right to speak his or her mind, and that would include the hosts and commentators on ESPN.
When the on-air personalities appear on the big-time sports network, the talk is all sports.
But the men and women who host the programs and offer game analysis also are citizens, and most have personal social media accounts through which they... read more
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