Things are about to get very interesting in 2020.
Over the past week or so, Colin Kaepernick’s name has come up several times after everything he stood, rather kneeled for was completely correct after the tragic murder of George Floyd at the hands of police officers who have since been arrested and charged. Kaepernick, of course, kneeled during the National Anthem against police brutality in 2016 and continued ot fight against it since being out of the league.
Him continusing to not get a chance in the league is getting set to be a major topic after Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report announced he heard a bunch of current players have a message they want to give out to owners on their blackballing of him.
“I’m hearing a group of players want to do a video where they specifically address NFL owners over the banning of Colin Kaepernick.”
Donald Trump angrily lashed out at Kaepernick and other NFL players who joined the silent protests, calling them “sons of bitches” and urging teams to fire them.
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square, fully understands that Colin Kaepernick is a good man, which is why he donated $3 million to Know Your Rights Camp, an organization established by him that is dedicated to empowering people of color.
Dorsey said he gave “$3mm to Colin @Kaepernick7’s @yourrightscamp to advance the liberation and well-being of Black and Brown communities through education, self-empowerment, mass-mobilization to elevate the next generation of change leaders.”
The organization last week launched a fund to provide legal representation and resources for people arrested at protests.