Updated: Mar 21, 2021
Colin Kaepernick honored by Amnesty International for peaceful protest
Organization gives former San Francisco 49ers star ambassador of conscience award for kneeling at games to protest racial inequality
No Kaepernick No NFL Petition Gains Nearly 100k Signatures In One Week
The 34-year-old became a symbol for racial justice in America when he refused to stand for the national anthem during the 2016 NFL season choosing instead to take a knee in silent protest. Kaepernick's anthem protest continued to make headlines throughout the season.
Well, the movement is happening, and Colin Kaepernick supporters aren’t joking around. Will you add your signature to this ever-growing list for justice? One group registered a petition on change.org, vowing to boycott the 2017 NFL season if the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback does not play.
The San Francisco 49ers starting quarterback Colin Kaepernick takes a stand for social injustice after refusing to stand for the national anthem held for their preseason game Friday. Kaepernick states his cause to act saying that his demonstration brings forth awareness of realization of what's taking place in this country and until he sees changes only then he'll stand for the Star-Spangled Banner.
Snoop Dogg joined Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe’s Undisputed on Fox Sports to debate a multitude of topics, mainly including Kap’s protest of the national anthem
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