Before Colin Kaepernick was born, a couple of black dudes, John Carlos and Tommie Smith, raised a couple of black-gloved fists to the sky as the U.S. national anthem played after they earned a couple of Olympic medals in Mexico City. They were protesting racial injustice and inequality during a decade in which Martin…
In case you missed it, during the playing of the national anthem before the Dallas Cowboys vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game on Sunday in Texas, a man yelled about the need to support Republican candidates in the midterms, as well as about stopping abortion.
Colin Kaepernick is continuing his protest despite having earned the starting position with the San Francisco 49ers. Despite two losing efforts, the quarterback is also continuing to earn his place in the Afro Hall of Fame for having a perfectly coiffed mane.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick will give $100,000 a month to 10 organizations over the next 10 months. Kaepernick added that while the organizations have not been determined, a website will be set up so that the public can track how the donations will be spent.