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Sport24.co.za | Muguruza, Halep welcome Kerber's rise to No 1

World No 5 Simona Halep believes that anyone is capable of becoming the top-ranked player following the downfall of Serena Williams.
News24

Serena Williams made a vital point about discrimination and the need to speak up.

*Sitting in the passenger seat of her car, her 18-year-old nephew behind the wheel, Serena Williams had a terrifying thought.* "In the distance, I saw cop on the side of the road. I quickly checked..
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News video: Serena Williams Says She 'Won't Be Silent'

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In the past, tennis star Serena Williams said, "I don't involve myself in politics," but on Tuesday she said she "won't be silent" about police violence towards unarmed African-American men. Williams..
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News video: Serena Williams Fears for the Safety of Her Nephew in Wake of Police Violence

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Serena Williams posted a message to her Facebook account that details her fear for the safety of her 18-year-old nephew in the wake of all the police violence.
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News video: Serena Williams Pens Powerful Post About Police Brutality

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Serena Williams was flooded with dread the moment she saw saw a cop car parked on the side of the road watching as traffic passed by while riding in the car with her 18-year-old nephew on Tuesday.
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News video: Serena Williams posted powerful message on police brutality

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U.S. tennis star Serena Williams is speaking out against police brutality in the U.S. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Kristine Johnson have more on her powerful post.
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News video: Serena Williams Posts About Black Lives Matter

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On Tuesday, Tennis pro Serena Williams posted a message in support of Black Lives Matter on her Facebook page. According to the post, she asked her teenage nephew to drive her so she could do some..
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Ind vs NZ: Eden bell finally installed before second Test

*Kolkata:* The much-awaited bell was finally installed at the Eden Gardens, ahead of Indias second cricket Test against New Zealand starting from Friday. India's first World Cup-winning captain..
Mid-Day

How a car ride prompted Serena Williams to join the fight against police violence.

'I won't be silent.' *Serena Williams is one of the greatest athletes of all time. Full stop. * She's won 22 grand slam tennis titles, 307 victories in grand-slam play, and four Olympic gold..
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'I won't be silent': Serena Williams speaks up on racial injustice in candid Facebook post

To tennis champion Serena Williams, a decision to let her 18-year-old nephew drive her to meetings so that she could safely use her phone in the car filled her with misgivings.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Serena Williams Addresses Fears of Driving While Black

The tennis champion shared a story on her public page of allowing her nephew to drive, and having misgivings after spotting a police officer on the side of the road.
NYTimes.com

Serena Williams latest athlete to speak out on racial injustice: 'I will not be silent'

The superstar tennis player is ready to tackle the issue
CBS Sports

Serena Williams: 'I won't be silent' about police killings of black men

Tennis star Serena Williams on Tuesday became the latest athlete to speak out about police killings of black men when she posted a thoughtful note on Facebook about an experience in a car with her..
L.A. Times Also reported by •Newsday

Serena Williams speaks out against police killings, says &#039;silence is betrayal&#039;

The 35-year-old reflected on the recent deaths of African-American men at the hands of law enforcement.
Zee News

Serena Williams makes powerful statement on police violence: ‘I won’t be silent’

Los Angeles: Serena Williams vowed she would not be "silent" on issues of social injustice Tuesday as she reflected on the recent deaths of African-American men at the hands of law enforcement. In a..
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Williams writes she ‘won’t be silent’ about police killings

williams writes she ‘won’t be silent’ about police killings
Star tennis player Serena Williams says she “won’t be silent” about the killing of black men by police officers. Williams wrote on Facebook on Tuesday that she was...
WorldNews

Serena Williams takes a stand over police violence against black people

serena williams takes a stand over police violence against black people
The tennis superstar said she felt 'unnerved' at the sight of a police officer while she was being driven by her 18-year-old nephew, and vowed not to remain silent.
MailOnline

Serena Williams joins LeBron James, Colin Kaepernick to voice concern about US police brutality

Serena Williams draws inspiration from Martin Luther King, who once said, "There comes a time when silence is betrayal."
DNA

Serena Williams speaks out on police violence


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