“The Fab Five,” an ESPN film about the Michigan basketball careers of Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Chris Webber, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson from 1991 to 1993, was broadcast for the first time Sunday night. In the show, Rose, the show’s executive producer, stated that Duke recruited only black players he considered to be “Uncle Toms.” Grant Hill, a player on the Duke team that beat Michigan in the 1992 Final Four, reflected on Rose’s comments.
“She wears clothes beautifully. They always look like they belong to her. It’s extraordinarily refreshing, and it’s empowering for women all over the world. I think what’s different about this administration — and I am talking strictly about fashion here — is that they really enjoy it. Working with other brilliant people in Washington previously, I felt they’ve been nervous about clothes, about being criticized and not taken seriously. Washington has been very conservative. But I think now we have a beautiful and brilliant First Lady who loves clothes and enjoys them, and she is going to send that message to women all over America — they can wear beautiful clothes and still be taken seriously.”—
Hoy siento en el corazón un vago temblor de estrellas, pero mi senda se pierde en el alma de la niebla. La luz me troncha las alas y el dolor de mi tristeza va mojando los recuerdos en la fuente de la idea.
Todas las rosas son blancas, tan blancas como mi pena, y no son las…