Colin Kaepernick and Dave Chappelle will be honored today at Harvard University for their contributions to Black culture. The pair is among six others who will receive the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal from the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at the vaunted institution.
Colin Kaepernick and Nike caused quite a stir with its recent “Just Do It” campaign featuring the free agent quarterback and activist, drawing a fine line between his supporters and NFL fans with an ax to grind. Black-ish actress Jennifer Lewis appeared at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards fully decked out in Nike apparel in […]
Meek Mill has emerged as an unlikely high-profile figure for the criminal justice reform movement, using his own trials and recent incarceration as fuel to somewhat shift his tough-guy image into activism circles. The Philadelphia rapper was in Washington, D.C. over the weekend for the annual Congressional Black Caucus gathering where he shared details of […]
Despite an initial dip, Nike is winning now after revealing the new Just Do It ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick.
Even though Colin Kaepernick remains unemployed he continues to carry the cross for the oppressed. Several players chose to demonstrate during the national anthem for the kick off of the 2018-2019 season.
Since Nike launched an ad campaign featuring free agent quarterback and activist Colin Kaepernick, fans online have been remaking the iconic black and white photo with hilarious results. Of course, President Trump and the NFL have responded to Nike’s initial launch of the campaign but the meme culture kicked into high gear and it’s been […]
Nike recently confirmed they have partnered with Colin Kaepnernick. Naturally the announcement has received its’ share of both positive and negative feedback.
Nike went all in with Colin Kaepernick, racist bigots be damned, and it’s a beautiful thing. The still unemployed NFL quarterback narrated a new spot from the brand that encourages people to dream big, even if it means people think you’re crazy.
Jason Whitlock has once again put on his tap shoes, top hat, cane, and white gloves so he can shuck and jive for controversy’s sake. The media figure believes that Colin Kaepernick‘s Nike play is some manner of a plot to take down the massive NFL empire.
Ever since Colin Kaepernick decided to sit during the National Anthem and eventually kneel at the behest of retired Green Beret, Nate Boyer, fans have been torn on whether he was protesting police brutality (which he was) or protesting the flag (which he was not).
Nike is looking very woke today (Sept. 3). Colin Kaepernick revealed that the brand has made him the face of its 30th anniversary Just Do It campaign.
Colin Kaepernick forfeited his NFL career once he began kneeling in silent, peaceful protest ahead of games during the playing of the National Anthem becoming both hero and enemy in the nation. Two years out of playing the game he loves and fighting a mounting legal battle, Nike made the free agent quarter the face […]