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 also continues to donate $100K a month to organizations that help communities in need.
Plus, conservatives call for holiday boycott of Target for store's pro-LGBT support and Colin Kaepernick and Miami newspaper reporter spar words over Fidel Castro.
The Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall announces that he has ended his national anthem protest. He cites positive change toward ending police violence.
The Beaumont Bulls youth football team in Texas saw the remainder of their season canceled because they chose to kneel during the National Anthem.
Plus, Black doctors call on President Obama to ban menthol cigarettes and the racial wage gap in America is worse now than 40 years ago.
Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick spoke out on a photo that appeared to show the two NFL players in each other's faces.
As Kaepernick’s powerful message continues to expand its reach, athletes unite in solidarity to take a stand. These are the athletes who have united against social injustice and police brutality in America.
At a news conference on Monday, the president was asked where he stood on the NFL quarterback's now infamous protest against police brutality.