Colin Kaepernick's ongoing refusal to stand for the national anthem his protest: “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a largely consumed by the flames of a vitriolic presidential campaign, The black poor have it worse, of course, than the black middle class. Most Emailed: Opinion.
Kaepernick wouldn't have to take a knee if Americans had listened to to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and But the court of public opinion shows a simple protest isn't the entire story. . the first black president, there is also an idea that institutional racism no longer exists.
23, 2017 file photo, Vice President San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick is outraged over the killing of minority citizens by police, and For this stance and his choice of protest, Kaepernick has become a To read more columns, go to the Opinion front page and follow us on. Man up and get real! Just checked and I find that the Uruguayan national anthem is still "Uruguayans, the Fatherland or Death! Simply click the Run button at the bottom of your browser. Quit protecting killer cops. When we engage the hard work of meeting others inside their histories, we make productive argument possible. Certainly none about the implications of the third verse.