When will it end?

Racism runs amuck over in Europe still and if you don’t believe us, ask Italian player “The Gooch,” Mario Balotelli and US midfielder DaMarcus Beasley.

DaMarcus Beasley’s car was just blown up outside of his home in Glasgow, Scotland.

United States midfielder DaMarcus Beasley’s BMW has been set on fire outside his home in Glasgow. The incident happened Monday in the Scottish city. Beasley said Wednesday on Twitter that “someone blew up my car.” He added that he was “glad no one got hurt.” Strathclyde Police says it is treating the incident as “willful fireraising” and that inquiries are ongoing.

Another player, Balotelli, is still going through racism in the Italian Serie A. Rival team, Juventus, has had fans suspended this year because of racist chants to the youngster.

DaMarcus plays for the hometown team in a totally different league! Will racism ever desist?


Women and minority-owned businesses have opportunities with Super Bowl XLV

Hopefully this can help some woman!!!

The North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee has announced on its website that it will hold three workshops to help women and minority owned businesses learn how to pursue opportunities connected with the 2011 Super Bowl to be held at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.  The first workshop is scheduled for North Texas Super Bowl XLVTuesday October 27 from 2-5pm at the Amon Carter Exhibit Hall in Ft. Worth.  Subsequent workshops will be held in Arlington and Dallas.  According to the host committee website, at last year’s Super Bowl women and minority owned businesses were awarded over $4 million in contracts related to the event.

To find out more about the workshop visit the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee website.