Colin Kaepernick

Politics
Kelly D. Holstine of Minnesota said she knelt during the football game to "stand up for marginalized and oppressed people."
U.S. News
There's "so little being done about what we are protesting about," the soccer star wrote in an Instagram story.
Videos
Sen. Lindsey Graham went after Colin Kaepernick after the former NFL football player criticized the United States airstrike that killed Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani.
Politics
The former NFL quarterback called the assassination of the Iranian commander part of a pattern of "American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people."
U.S. News
The quarterback shared a video from his impromptu workout on Nov. 16 amid disagreements with the NFL over its original arrangement.
Black Voices
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback appeared to make a statement about not backing down.
Black Voices
The NFL invited the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback to a workout Saturday. Things didn't go as planned.
Sports
"At this point, I’ll believe when I see it," Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid, a friend of the quarterback, told reporters.
Women
The soccer star celebrated the former 49ers quarterback as "a person filled with conviction, unafraid of the consequences."
Sports
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has been out of the league since the season when he began to protest racial injustice, becoming a civil rights leader.
Sports
The former NFL quarterback has worked out "five days a week, for three years, in preparation to play again," according to his agents.
Politics
The singer held nothing back in an interview with Vogue.
U.S. News
The footage caught the attention of Colin Kaepernick, who famously led peaceful protests by kneeling at NFL games.
Sports
The Carolina Panthers safety joins others who've asked why the former 49ers quarterback hasn't been called back to pro football.
Politics
"Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything," Kaepernick said.
Black Voices
The exiled quarterback is shown throwing a football to Odell Beckham Jr. as he marked being "denied work for 917 days."
Entertainment
Colin Kaepernick tweeted about capitalism and the oppression of Black people hours after the new program was announced.
U.S. News
Brian Flores said he played the hip-hop star's songs at practice to "challenge" Kenny Stills after the receiver questioned Jay's NFL partnership.
U.S. News
Nessa Diab is featured in his Paper Magazine profile, which spotlights Know Your Rights Camp's 10 pillars of protections for Black and Brown communities.
Sports
Critics question the rapper's social justice initiative with the league, pointing out that team owners blacklisted the former quarterback for protesting.