Five Years Later Colin Kaepernick Welcomed to NFL

How the Raiders’ stance mirror equality and free speech for all.

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Good things come to those who wait or fight against injustice and are being silenced. It has been five years since Kaepernick took to his knees in protest of how Black Americans especially Black men are being treated in this country during an NFL pregame.

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