Congress may honor Major Taylor, first Black American sports world hero

, posthumously

It is possible for Congress to honor Major Taylor, the first Black American sports world hero, posthumously. Through the creation of a resolution, Congress can recognize and commemorate the accomplishments of Major Taylor and all he did to promote fairness and inclusion within sports. Such a resolution could be recognized on certain public holidays or eulogized in an official Congressional record. Additionally, Congress can use their influence and support to promote the works and memory of Major Taylor by sponsoring events and providing endorsement and funding to memorialize his legacy. Finally, the legislative branch could provide additional recognition of his accomplishments by advocating for the installation of a prominent statue or monument of Major Taylor at a prominent and well-known location in the United States.