Kaepernick's girlfriend, radio personality Nessa Diab, called the league and its leadership "cowards" for the label before it was reportedly altered.
The activist said he donated $100,000 to help those disproportionately devastated by the pandemic due to "hundreds of years of structural racism."
The activist will release the book under his new publishing company, Kaepernick Publishing.
At his super bowl party, President Donald Trump appeared to be goofing off during the national anthem, even though he has criticized those who disrespect the anthem.
The billionaire said he was willing to take the "negative press" to address social injustice, insisting he and Colin Kaepernick were "marching for the same cause."
Kelly D. Holstine of Minnesota said she knelt during the football game to "stand up for marginalized and oppressed people."
There's "so little being done about what we are protesting about," the soccer star wrote in an Instagram story.
Sen. Lindsey Graham went after Colin Kaepernick after the former NFL football player criticized the United States airstrike that killed Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani.
The former NFL quarterback called the assassination of the Iranian commander part of a pattern of "American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people."
The quarterback shared a video from his impromptu workout on Nov. 16 amid disagreements with the NFL over its original arrangement.