colin kaepernick

colin kaepernick

finally adding page while reading this:


#VeteransForKaepernick is a brilliant display of the complexity behind the quarterback’s protest.

Colin from videos:

bring awareness..

this country stands for freedom liberty justice for all.. and it’s not happening for all right now

for everyone.. people are dying in vain because this country isn’t holding their end of the bargain up.. as far as giving liberty/justice to all

from article:


If standing up for flags is more important than standing up for people under that flag, we have a problem.


Don’t use my service–or that of any veteran–to justify the silencing of black Americans. Not on my watch.


Although my grandfather served two tours in Vietnam, he couldn’t even rent a home near his base b/c he was black.


I serve to protect your freedoms, not a song or piece of fabric.


I serve to protect your freedoms, not a song 


I wish somebody would do a thorough content analysis of Nazi German propaganda, searching for instances of “fighting for our freedoms.”

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none of us are free

free\dom ness

a nother way.. for all of us..


Harry Belafonte on Colin

takes a lot of courage to not bend to the wind


Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) tweeted at 6:12 AM – 5 Sep 2016 :

Obama on @Kaepernick7: “I think he cares about some real, legitimate issues that have to be talked about.” (

talked about..?
by .. with who…?
and for how long…?

putting people on hold..

ie: 70 000 on border of jordan; people living.. not just protesting… in streets… until they’re then living in a cell and/or underground


sept 2016 – High school players taking knee for national anthem across country

people are ready..

a nother way.. for all of us..


Richard Sherman



Colin Kaepernick just started a Black Panther-inspired youth camp… via @blackvoices



Colin Kaepernick has donated: -60 Tons of food to Somalia -$1Million to #BLM -$50K to Meals on Wheels -$50K to #StandingRock Salute.


“I am not looking for approval. I have to stand up for people that are oppressed,” Kaepernick said when the news first broke. “If they take football away, my endorsements from me, I know that I stood up for what is right.”



Colin Kaepernick is handing out suits outside New York parole offices.

(📷: 100suits/Instagram)


via fb share:

Colin Kaepernick says, ” I have made my decision I will not be participating in this organization called the NFL anymore they don’t value what I stand for so I must leave because my activism and the love I have for my people and most importantly building these kids minds with confidence and love for self, Means more to me than any Superbowl Ring. I want black kids to see me and think, ‘Okay, he’s carrying himself as a black man, and that’s how a black man should carry himself. I’m going to continue to stand with the people that are being oppressed.”