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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 24, 2023

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Colin Kaepernick

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Some will undoubtedly follow Kaepernick and Reid’s lead while others will side with Jenkins, but at the end of the day, both have helped spark passion for social justice and activism in professional sports.
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Some will undoubtedly follow Kaepernick and Reid’s lead while others will side with Jenkins, but at the end of the day, both have helped spark passion for social justice and activism in professional sports.
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Eric Reid, former 49ers safety and Kaepernick’s former teammate, who joined his quarterback in taking a knee during the national anthem, is also out of a job for making a political statement.
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Eric Reid, former 49ers safety and Kaepernick’s former teammate, who joined his quarterback in taking a knee during the national anthem, is also out of a job for making a political statement.
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The sports apparel giant recently launched a new, rousing ad campaign featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The new slogan? “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”
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The sports apparel giant recently launched a new, rousing ad campaign featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The new slogan? “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”
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I’m not interested in taking aim at anyone’s particular opinion on this ongoing conflict, nor discussing my own, for that matter. I’m simply asking for an open perspective.
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I’m not interested in taking aim at anyone’s particular opinion on this ongoing conflict, nor discussing my own, for that matter. I’m simply asking for an open perspective.
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The NBA and Kings must remember that Clark was murdered, and more definitive, systematic change that goes beyond warm-up shirts is required.
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The NBA and Kings must remember that Clark was murdered, and more definitive, systematic change that goes beyond warm-up shirts is required.
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“Game Recognize Game” — the SOMArts Cultural Center’s newest exhibit — explores just that: how sports have been and can be more than just a game.
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“Game Recognize Game” — the SOMArts Cultural Center’s newest exhibit — explores just that: how sports have been and can be more than just a game.
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629 days before Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem on a late summer night last year, Mikayla Cowling pulled out her phone and opened up Twitter.
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629 days before Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem on a late summer night last year, Mikayla Cowling pulled out her phone and opened up Twitter.
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Kaepernick was once the NFL’s outlier, the sporting world’s outlier. But after No. 45, feeling empowered by the population that still finds ways to support his actions, decided to indirectly call the quarterback a “son of a bitch,” the script flipped. The outlier became the norm. Detractors couldn’t the sporting worldwide protests even if they tried.
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Kaepernick was once the NFL’s outlier, the sporting world’s outlier. But after No. 45, feeling empowered by the population that still finds ways to support his actions, decided to indirectly call the quarterback a “son of a bitch,” the script flipped. The outlier became the norm. Detractors couldn’t the sporting worldwide protests even if they tried.
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