The NBA and its owners tend to rate very highly when it comes to encouraging diversity amongst its workforce, and the league itself routinely promotes Black History Month amongst many other inclusive endeavors.
I’ll let the readers decide if Ted Leonsis’ decision to pair his face with that of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s visage, in some ham-hock attempt at celebrating Black History Month, would rank amongst those proper acts.
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(At least Leonsis got the month right. Barely.)
As Vice pointed out, even Leonsis’ choice of pull quote is a little maddening – the sort of Tony Robbins-esque nonsense that corporate types love to spew while combing their various industries for newRead More »from Wizards owner Ted Leonsis created an off-putting tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.