Colin Kaepernick Calls High School Team’s Die-In Protest Courageous
|09/26/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Since Colin Kaepernick began protesting the national anthem in August, more and more athletes have decided to take a stance for racial equality. Many of these athletes who are supporting his message aren’t even of voting age ― but that doesn’t mean their voices aren’t being heard.
The San Fransisco 49ers quarterback wanted to make sure the football team at at Castlemont High School knew how impactful they were when he joined their die-in protest on Friday.
While the anthem played before kickoff, the players and coaches of the Oakland, California, team laid on their backs with their hands up as read more >>>