Brittney Griner

Sports can and should be a safe environment that encourages camaraderie.
The WNBA needs more women to watch in order to stay viable. It's no secret that NBA has been carrying the league since its inception. The following truth is hard to swallow, but it's the truth nonetheless -- the WNBA would be defunct right now if it weren't for the NBA.
Newlyweds Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson are letting fans in on their Phoenix wedding. On Sunday, the Phoenix Mercury
Brittney Griner of the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury has been arrested on charges of assault and disorderly conduct, according to
Check out a clip from the show above. We can't wait for the wedding photos! "Being on the show was super exciting! I was
This year’s honorees will be celebrated at Ebony’s Power 100 Gala on Wednesday in Los Angeles, including music legend Quincy
Want to see more from Griner? Head here to learn about a short film that document's the athlete's experiences during her
This short film is an extension of ESPN's feature-length, Emmy-nominated, "Nine for IX" series that premiered last summer
When a young person can go to school confident and proud of who they are, without the stigma they may face from their peers or from within their own ideals of who they should be, then we can say, 'this is the year it all ends.'
Cyd Ziegler, co-founder of OutSports, talks with me about the societal impact of athletes speaking up about their sexual orientation, and what can be done to improve LGBT acceptance in sports.
"You just can't retaliate," she stressed. "The blame always falls on the player who retaliates." I knew she was right.
When an All-Pro cornerback from the NFL's best defensive squad needs to have his 3.9 GPA from Stanford cited to stop white people's quivering, we have a problem.
Michael Sam and Jason Collins should complicate our understandings of athletes not Blackness. They complicate our accepted notions of masculinity. It is not that their race doesn't matter, but their sex has catapulted them in ways others haven't which speaks to a deeper issue.
We have an opportunity to strengthen our efforts when we unify and include more diversity of voices in our fight for full equality.
WNBA superstar Brittney Griner recently sat down to discuss her tattoos and opened up about what makes her collection of
The WNBA's make-up class has reportedly been explored by other media outlets, who previously stated that a third of the league's
The legend of Brittney Griner grows. Despite delivering an uneven performance throughout Game 3 of the WNBA Western Conference
Griner told the L.A. Times that her struggles began in adolescence, when she was taunted, invalidated and sexually harassed
Sports leaders, the media and advocacy groups are preparing to meet next week at the sports giant's headquarters for the