Of all of the observations I've heard voiced and questions asked, there is one aspect of this that I have never heard voiced. If it is commonly accepted that black males excel at sports, then why wouldn't it be safe to assume that black females would excel in cheerleading considering that cheerleading requires some athletic ability and coordination.
Why then are there not more black females in cheerleading?
Over the years I've heard many discussions about race and sports.
Born and raised in Mid-Southern Upstate New York, Stephen holds a master's degree in public communications. His father's untimely death at just 55 not only cemented Ryan's well-documented life-long obsession with exercise, but also meant his college education was being funded by survivor's benefits paid to the teenager after the tragedy.Perhaps that's why he entered the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, its motto 'committed to lives of excellence'.Founded in 1911, the fraternity had also built a reputation for the athleticism of its brothers.Slim but muscular, the 5ft 6ins Pope had her sights set on the cheerleading team of the college's Redhawks football team and was already equipped with the determination and discipline that making the cut required.