Many believe that Colin Kaepernick's activism—his refusal to stand for the National Anthem in protest of police brutality and for the sanctity of Black lives—made the NFL turn a cold shoulder to him.
The 49ers quarterback donated his sneaker collection to orphanages and homeless shelters in the San Francisco Bay area.
The 49ers quarterback also continues to donate $100K a month to organizations that help communities in need.
Teresa and Rick Kaepernick said they stand behind Colin as he continues his National Anthem protest in defense of Black lives.
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Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall announces that he has ended his National Anthem protest. He cites positive change toward ending police violence.
Colin Kaepernick has easily emerged as one of 2016’s most “woke” celebrities. From his newly awesome Afro to donating sales of his number one-selling jersey back into the community and his national anthem protest that has racked up tons of support, he is definitely using his platform to not only make a change, but also […]
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