Dr. Horace Judson, president of Grambling State, says historically black colleges and universities have to make young people understand they need to prepare for the likelihood they won't make it in pro sports.
As executive director of the Black Coaches Association, Floyd Keith will always cheer for a coach of color. Part of his job is to monitor coaching vacancies and enhance the diversity of the pool of candidates for coaching jobs.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has never missed watching a Super Bowl. She follows the NFL, Stanford and the NHL and talks with George J. Tanber about race, her dream sports job and some of her favorite sports moments.
"Today" show weatherman Al Roker enjoys sports, but says it has its place. Without art, music, dance and other cultural classes, he says, young people often turn to athletics as their only avenue to escape their conditions.
Alan Page, an associate justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, says this country must talk to young African- Americans, especially males, about performing not only on the athletic field but in the classroom.
Martin Luther King III, son of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., and Coretta Scott King, talks to George J. Tanber about the integration of sports and how African-American athletes need to help communities.