By Sebastian Manivalco”A lot of times, people want to go back and change their history.
I don’t understand that.
I just want to be part of the history.
And the history of the world is a very interesting one.
I want to make a contribution.”
It’s a sentiment shared by a lot of people in the entertainment industry.
The most prominent among them is former NFL player and current ESPN analyst Chris Berman.
In a post on Facebook, Berman wrote:I feel that my voice is so important and important people want it.
I do think it’s important for the media to continue to speak out on this issue.
I think it is very important that we all stand up together to demand that our voices are heard.
I have not heard any comments from other journalists who are willing to speak up about the systemic racism in sports and how we can make a difference.
I’m sorry, Chris, I know you’re a big advocate for us.
We all want to see the NBA get the memo.
But the fact of the matter is, there is no reason why the NBA should not play by its own rules.
The NBA is a business and the NBA has the power to do what they want.
We have an obligation to speak truth to power, to be vocal about it.
There is nothing wrong with saying that the NBA is wrong about racism in the NBA, and it’s not something that should be discussed in private.
I’m sorry to hear you’re not doing this on your own.
But, again, it’s an obligation.
We’re not going to allow the NBA to hide behind some kind of cover, where they can’t be heard, because it’s happening to them.
The post went viral, with some commenters criticizing Berman for not speaking up.
They also questioned the integrity of the sport.
On Friday, the NBA issued a statement in response, saying it was not aware of any comments by Berman.
The statement did not address the issue of racism in professional sports.
“We are saddened to learn that a person who has dedicated his life to helping others, and whose contributions to society have impacted so many people’s lives and livelihoods, is not speaking out on a topic of this importance,” the statement read.
“We have worked tirelessly to improve the diversity of our league and the people who play in it and we are proud of our record of diversity and inclusion.”
Berman, who retired in 2014, has been vocal about racial injustice in sports.
He said in a podcast interview that there is a huge divide between black athletes and white athletes, with the former feeling entitled to better treatment than the latter.
He’s not alone.
Actor and comedian Alec Baldwin has also been vocal in his criticism of the NBA.
Baldwin, who is black, also recently wrote an essay titled “When Racism Comes to Sports.”