Kneeling protest

Supreme Court justices expressed sympathy for Joseph Kennedy, a white high school football coach fired for kneeling and praying on the field after games, drawing a stark contrast to the country's collective reaction to Colin Kaepernick's kneeling protest.

The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died more than a year ago, but a new report contextualizing her already known criticisms of Colin Kaepernick's kneeling protest has revived commentary about her views on the topic of race.

Tim Tebow, repeated NFL bust, is "thankful" after being cut from another team in an example of the kind of second chance opportunities" that haven't been afforded to his fellow free-agent Colin Kaepernick, a far superior football player.

The Jacksonville Jaguars signing former NFL player Tim Tebow came after accusations of "white privilege" went viral as free agent Colin Kaepernick continues getting snubbed for a second chance on the gridiron.

A high school basketball announcer caught on a hot mic hatefully directing the N-word at players as they kneeled during the playing of the national anthem has blamed his racist outburst on being diabetic and having low blood sugar. Seriously.

While some NBA fans rejoiced at the league's return to action following a coronavirus-induced hiatus, others couldn't get past the players kneeling during the playing of the national anthem.

If Drew Brees wants to be the hero he thinks he is, he needs to disentangle himself from his love of preserving white ideals and truly stand with Black people. Until then, he’s just an anti-Black football star in a city he’s betrayed.

NFL teams have called Colin Kaepernick a distraction, but Antonio Brown has been way more of a sideshow than a silent kneeling protest could ever be.

Is Jay-Z trying to make America great again?

The reaction to Bill Cosby publicly shaming low-income Black people was similar to the reaction to Jay-Z blaming single parent households for negative police relations with Black people, since both were flawed messengers.

Civil rights lawyers said the coincidentally timed collision of the NYPD firing Eric Garner's killer with Jay-Z's social justice partnership with the NFL combined a begrudging chorus of "what took so long?" with the realization that while some semblance of justice had been established, it was still largely elusive.

Mama Knowles is clearly supporting her son-in-law.