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Colin Kaepernick refuses “to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses Black people”...

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  • MeesterMeester Smartass Outrage LandPosts: 16,456 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Trillfate wrote: »


    Cuz they have Nothing better to focus on

    Fake news
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  • MaywoodMaywood Never Told On NobodyPosts: 1,910 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Colin Kaepernick

    @Kaepernick7

    We are with you @jemelehill
    Say No More
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  • farris2k1farris2k1 Posts: 1,779 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Meester wrote: »
    Trillfate wrote: »


    Cuz they have Nothing better to focus on

    Fake news

    This is true, they said its "fireable offense" but didnt demand she was fired
    Meester
  • Qiv_OwanQiv_Owan Posts: 4,009 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • ineedpussyineedpussy long hair dont care but bald head dont give a fuck! Posts: 7,186 ✭✭✭✭✭
    thats what happens when black vote for obama. a african who didnt give a shit about african americans but yall put him on a pedestal like niggaZ put pussy. smmfh
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  • infamous114infamous114 Down in Miami where it's warm in the winter. Posts: 51,282 Regulator
    Qiv_Owan wrote: »

    Niggas got bodied by a porn star

    Guess he not as stupid as his porno quotes

    ....That's not actually Wesley Pipes
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  • marc123marc123 Posts: 16,517 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 14

    Daryll basically sayin "massa giving you a chance to make money. Dont fuck it up by giving a shit about other blk ppl." SMH
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  • playmaker88playmaker88 Boy, I tell you that's vision Like Tony Romo when he hitting Witten Posts: 67,457 ✭✭✭✭✭
    9 times out of 10 when you see a negro and a fox logo just move your palm to your face.. smh my favorite player too
  • D. MorganD. Morgan Not even on social media BUT.... I'M SWAGGIN SO HARD I FUCKED THE GRAM UPPosts: 11,335 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • marc123marc123 Posts: 16,517 ✭✭✭✭✭
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Darryl Strawberry? Lmao. What crack house did Fox news dig him from

    lol. come on bruh. homie prolly been clean for years.

    He still a coon tho
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  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 25,575 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/20702682/detroit-lions-fan-posted-racist-message-hands-tickets
    Lions fan hands in tickets after racist post

    ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- The Detroit Lions fan who posted a racist Snapchat after two African-American fans sat during the national anthem on Sunday against Arizona has turned in his tickets and will no longer be welcome at Ford Field, the Lions confirmed to ESPN.

    His banishment was first reported by the Detroit News.

    The fan posted a photo of two fans sitting during the anthem and wrote the phrase "Ignorant N-s" underneath the post. The post then made its way to Facebook and was sent to various media outlets, including ESPN, eventually becoming public Wednesday.

    The Lions initially declined comment on the specifics of the incident Wednesday before reversing course and saying the fan was no longer welcome Thursday. The Lions' initial statement said part of the team's conduct policy was to respect all fans.


    "Providing our fans with a safe and enjoyable experience at all Ford Field events is of the utmost importance and an absolute priority for our organization. A core component of our guest conduct policy is the expectation that all fans are respectful and considerate to each other regardless of their personal beliefs or differences," the Lions said in a statement. "With respect to the issue in question, the Detroit Lions and Ford Field do not comment on specifics related to any alleged guest incident(s) or altercations at games or other stadium events."

    Head coach Jim Caldwell supported the team's decision. "I think it was handled appropriately and I think those things happen sometimes," Caldwell said.

    Defensive end Akeem Spence, when asked if it bothered him that this still happens in America, said, "Yeah, it's crazy, man, but we all weren't brought up the same way. We all weren't brought up to have the same beliefs. I feel like we're all equal no matter what skin color or race. Some people, that's not their beliefs. I can't fault them for that and they can't fault me for the way I believe. But let's all get along."

    Safety Glover Quin said he was frustrated that conversations on race are still happening in 2017. "Yeah, it is. And if we're still around in 2087, probably still be having it. Fact of life," Quin said.

    This is not the first time in recent years a fan has been banished from Ford Field. In 2014, a fan was banned from Ford Field after using a laser pointer during the Lions-Bills game. Two "superfans" were also kicked out of Ford Field during a 2015 game against the Bears, but they eventually returned for future games.

    Detroit running back Ameer Abdullah, when seeing an initial story of the Snapchat, expressed his disappointment in the fan's actions.



    This isn't the first time Abdullah has spoken up against racism. After the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month, Abdullah said he knows some fans will not root for him because of his opinions.

    "Definitely, if someone doesn't like me about my stance on the situation, especially when it comes down to racial issues, then I really don't want that guy to root for me anyway," Abdullah said. "So that's something that my dad kind of taught me: Not everyone is going to like you, but stand for something or you're going to fall for anything."

    Caldwell has told his players often they are free to express their views -- and they have. Reggie Bush spoke out about protests and riots in Ferguson, Missouri, and DeAndre Levy took on multiple social causes during his time with the Lions.
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    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 25,575 ✭✭✭✭✭
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/sep/14/fox-americans-nfl-players
    Why Fox doesn't want Americans to see NFL players protesting about race | Ameer Hasan Loggins
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    “Every generation has its own evil. But our evil is a different kind of evil — our systems are evil.” - Rev. Nicholas Richards
  • stringer bellstringer bell Posts: 25,575 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 15
    http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/20702682/detroit-lions-fan-posted-racist-message-hands-tickets
    Lions fan hands in tickets after racist post

    ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- The Detroit Lions fan who posted a racist Snapchat after two African-American fans sat during the national anthem on Sunday against Arizona has turned in his tickets and will no longer be welcome at Ford Field, the Lions confirmed to ESPN.

    His banishment was first reported by the Detroit News.

    The fan posted a photo of two fans sitting during the anthem and wrote the phrase "Ignorant N-s" underneath the post. The post then made its way to Facebook and was sent to various media outlets, including ESPN, eventually becoming public Wednesday.

    The Lions initially declined comment on the specifics of the incident Wednesday before reversing course and saying the fan was no longer welcome Thursday. The Lions' initial statement said part of the team's conduct policy was to respect all fans.


    "Providing our fans with a safe and enjoyable experience at all Ford Field events is of the utmost importance and an absolute priority for our organization. A core component of our guest conduct policy is the expectation that all fans are respectful and considerate to each other regardless of their personal beliefs or differences," the Lions said in a statement. "With respect to the issue in question, the Detroit Lions and Ford Field do not comment on specifics related to any alleged guest incident(s) or altercations at games or other stadium events."

    Head coach Jim Caldwell supported the team's decision. "I think it was handled appropriately and I think those things happen sometimes," Caldwell said.

    Defensive end Akeem Spence, when asked if it bothered him that this still happens in America, said, "Yeah, it's crazy, man, but we all weren't brought up the same way. We all weren't brought up to have the same beliefs. I feel like we're all equal no matter what skin color or race. Some people, that's not their beliefs. I can't fault them for that and they can't fault me for the way I believe. But let's all get along."

    Safety Glover Quin said he was frustrated that conversations on race are still happening in 2017. "Yeah, it is. And if we're still around in 2087, probably still be having it. Fact of life," Quin said.

    This is not the first time in recent years a fan has been banished from Ford Field. In 2014, a fan was banned from Ford Field after using a laser pointer during the Lions-Bills game. Two "superfans" were also kicked out of Ford Field during a 2015 game against the Bears, but they eventually returned for future games.

    Detroit running back Ameer Abdullah, when seeing an initial story of the Snapchat, expressed his disappointment in the fan's actions.



    This isn't the first time Abdullah has spoken up against racism. After the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month, Abdullah said he knows some fans will not root for him because of his opinions.

    "Definitely, if someone doesn't like me about my stance on the situation, especially when it comes down to racial issues, then I really don't want that guy to root for me anyway," Abdullah said. "So that's something that my dad kind of taught me: Not everyone is going to like you, but stand for something or you're going to fall for anything."

    Caldwell has told his players often they are free to express their views -- and they have. Reggie Bush spoke out about protests and riots in Ferguson, Missouri, and DeAndre Levy took on multiple social causes during his time with the Lions.

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