The History of Black Female Athlete Activists – Dul-Sayin’ | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Published on March 24, 2021

Female athletes have been taking a stand long before Colin Kaepernick ever took a knee. Dulcé Sloan reports on the activist female athletes that have been erased from the history books. #DailyShow #DulcéSloan #FemaleAthletes

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49 comments

  • Busola A 10 months ago

    Hahaha his wife!🤭

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  • Genie out of the Bottle! 10 months ago

    ❤️❤️❤️💯💯💯🌸🌸🌸🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

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  • TriXie Kat 10 months ago

    She just makes me laugh.. love her.

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  • Genie out of the Bottle! 10 months ago

    Bottomless protesting❤️❤️❤️❤️😅😅☹️💯💯💯🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 me too!! His wife has got to goooooo!!! 👅

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  • deedee doodoo 10 months ago

    love this😌💜

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  • Michael F. Bender 10 months ago

    This is why sports has become a political shitshow. Mainly the NBA and WNBA.

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  • aratosm 10 months ago

    Still no mention of Boulder. It does not fit racist Noah’s narrative so he won’t cover it.

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  • Teena Cherry 10 months ago

    Love her 💞

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  • Queen Chiya Marie Souto 10 months ago

    Slightly offended by this video as a strong CapeVerdean Queen I feel this video represents Women in a negative way. I appreciate the information on Nike and am glad that change occured. I worked as an “athlete” during the Kapernick endorsement just before helping to launch Nike Adventure Club and loved it. We as Queens should not ever “protest” someones marriage or joke about blowing something up. The ghettoness took away from the important messages and facts.

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  • Bridget 10 months ago

    I adore this woman.

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  • MLG GAMER 10 months ago

    I feel for Wyomia. People didn’t notice her protest. She’s like me fighting Against eating vegetables when I was young. Completely ignored…..(I’m kidding I actually liked vegetables and my mom had no issue feeding them to me)

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  • Themachine 10 months ago

    I needed to hear this Dul

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  • Jacob Josh 10 months ago

    What did jr ever do to you 😂😂😂

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  • Tahtahme's Diary 10 months ago

    Men insist women get paid less even for better performance because “women’s sports doesn’t make the same revenue” as though ads and sexist beliefs doesn’t impact that as well… 😒

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  • Madison F 10 months ago

    I didn’t know I needed this. Thank you so much!

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  • Cybr Friends 10 months ago

    Black Lives Matter

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  • Nicholas Westlund 10 months ago

    Major Taylor from Illinois got a snub…

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  • Adam Martinez 10 months ago

    So protest in front of Indris Elbas house at noon?! 🙋🏽

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  • Y'all Ain't Right 10 months ago

    Dulcé, your hair is EVERYTHING! Gorgeous!!!

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  • Aaron Shruby 10 months ago

    “I’m protesting his wife!!” 🤭🤭🤣🤣

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  • Aamna Here 10 months ago

    i want to mention that men who say ‘what did women invent’ do not know about even those women whose contributions have been recognized now, not to mention, the ones whose contribution was erased. Another unfortunate reality is that even when most Americans recognize the contribution of women to science, arts and sports, they still discriminate. They glorify white, American or European women but look down upon black American, Asian and African women’s contribution that are not even considered worth including and celebrating. I am an Asian woman and this is why women like myself are seen as backward in the US because our diverse historical achievements are conveniently brushed under the carpet. Thank you for this segment.

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  • Renamon 565 10 months ago

    Cool

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  • Nano Saltwater Reefer 10 months ago

    https://youtu.be/ItR0k_jk2cI

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  • Lunar Twilight 10 months ago

    Gotta love Dulce! I love these informative segments. So many female athletes have been in the forefront of racial issues. Kapernick got a lot of coverage, but others like the WNBA were on it way before that.

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  • lady lotus 10 months ago

    Nice hair Dulce.

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  • Raja 10 months ago

    Am I an athlete too cause I always get hit in the head?? Lol

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  • Mx. Rian 10 months ago

    ALLYSON FELIX

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  • ItsPriscillaB 10 months ago

    Love how this is broken down.

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  • H H 10 months ago

    Run Idriss, run!!!!

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  • Aen Navidad 10 months ago

    queen

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  • farikamo hakilm 10 months ago

    The capable gauge intrestingly obtain because sycamore comparatively live beside a vast sideboard. maddening, untidy skirt

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  • Mason Allen 10 months ago

    I know this is mostly about activism and she wasn’t exactly a huge activist but I can’t believe that this segment was about black female athletes and they mentioned the 1960 Summer Olympics and they completely forgot to mention one of the greatest athletes of all time Wilma Rudolph. She may’ve not been a big protester but when she found out that her hometown’s parade and festival celebrating her achievement would be segregated she refused to participate unless they integrated becoming the first integrated event in her town’s history.

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  • DemonDarakna 10 months ago

    I totally knew Dulcé will somehow roll back around to Idris Elba

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  • Moon Nd 10 months ago

    This is pure gold!

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  • Max Power 10 months ago

    Wow, I wasn’t aware I was an activist. Thanks for telling me! I feel great now

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  • A P 10 months ago

    “Black and Hispanic people in rural areas don’t know how to go online” – Joe Biden

    But white people know how?????

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  • Peter S. Nalitolela 10 months ago

    Or JR Smith missing all those jump shots 😀

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  • AmaraEmme 10 months ago

    Shout out to my hero Althea Gibson

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  • Sahar Gh 10 months ago

    Dulcé is the best, “I’m protesting his wife” :))) Can I join?

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  • L D 10 months ago

    I Love you Dulce but I’m already at Idris’ house protesting!;)

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  • Kayla Quinn 10 months ago

    “Legally, this is a metaphor.” Perfect comedy amongst important information. 💜

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  • carletto pesce 10 months ago

    she s the only trevor-reporter who does SERIOUS, professional reports without stupidily shouting or talking non-stop BS.

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  • LSW 10 months ago

    She should have run in leopard print shorts!

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  • Linda Ekezie 10 months ago

    I just love Dulce …. and her faux obsession with Idris Elba 😀😀

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  • Ntandazo Sogoni 10 months ago

    You’re forgetting Caster Semenya

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  • A P 10 months ago

    “You aint black if you don’t vote me” – Joe Biden

    Around here…black lives will never matter more than democrat votes.

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  • mbasa soga 10 months ago

    Black women are the best. Always doing the most for us

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  • Bob Johnson 10 months ago

    If the person’s doing 70% less work they should probably get paid 70% less money.

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