Posts Tagged: Colin Kaepernick

Terrell Owens to Lead March and Kneel Rally

NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens will join Kappa Alpha Psi – Colin Kaepernick’s University of Nevada fraternity – for a march and kneel rally in Inglewood, California Thursday.  The group of fraternity brothers called Kappas for Kaep and Owens will march to put pressure on NFL teams to give Kaepernick a job.  Owens told TMZ that… Read more »

NFL Commish Says “We were wrong” in Handling of Player Protests

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell released a video statement on behalf of the league acknowledging “we were wrong” in handling the issue of player protest. The message has been well-received by black players in the league and most African Americans in genearl. The message came Friday night, after 10 days of protests and civil unrest in… Read more »

Is NFL Admitting Collin Kaepernick Was Right?

The NFL had no problem blackballing quarterback Collin Kaepernick; for quietly kneeling during the national anthem to bring attention to police brutality. In light of the murder of George Floyd last week NFL commissioner Roger Goodell released an official league statement Saturday reading in part: “As current events dramatically underscore, there remains much more to do… Read more »

Some Police Officers #TakeAKnee Against Police Brutality

And when we think nothing will change, police officers in some U.S. cities were seen joining protesters in a call for an end to police brutality. These officer in Miami-Dade, Florida took a knee, a pose made famous by NFL QB Colin Kaepernick during his silent protests on the football field. If all police officers… Read more »

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Colin Kaepernick Donates $100,000 to Coronavirus Relief Fund

Colin Kaepernick has donated $100,000 to the Know Your Rights Camp COVID-19 Relief Fund. Kaepernick released a video on Thursday explaining his donation. “Black and brown communities are being disproportionately devastated by COVID-19 because of hundreds of years of structural racism,” said Kaepernick. In states like Louisiana and Wisconsin, 70 percent of Black Americans have… Read more »