Racism and Hockey : Essay Express 
“The Waldo Moment” came out in 2013. By then, viewers had spent years getting their news delivered via comedy, and vice versa. Jon Stewart was two years from retirement; Colbert would soon jump to CBS. Newspapers, starved of print ads, had died years before—or been shoved into the attention economy, where entertainment mattered most. Online, all clicks were equal. Breitbart got traffic off quasi-comical headlines; the conspiracy theorist Alex Jones screamed on his livestream like Sam Kinison. It was no great leap for paranoid delusions, like Pizzagate, or deliberate hoaxes, like the one about the Pope endorsing Trump, to pass muster on Facebook, because the design made all news-like items feel fungible. On both the left and the right, the advertising imperative was stronger than the ethical one: you had to check the URL for an added “.co” to see if a story was real, and how many people bothered? If some readers thought your story was a joke and others thought it was outrageous, well, all the better. Satire was what got traffic on Saturday night.
Essay on racism and discrimination in sports - …
Army veteran Rico Roman handles a puck during a sled hockey game in Rockville, Md., Sept. 18, 2014. Roman was a member of the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team that won the gold medal at the 2014 Paralympics in Sochi, Russia. DoD photo by EJ Hersom.
By taking these small steps in punishing players and people for harming our society with racism, we will grow to becoming a more unified and harmonized society together.