Analysis: The Disney Co. is now in business with Colin Kaepernick. That says more about him than it does about Disney.
Is Disney’s deal with Colin Kaepernick a sign it is finally choosing sides in the culture war? Or just a savvy alignment behind a suddenly low-risk brand?
ESPN will be bringing you the Colin Kaepernick story. Will you watch? 👍👎
GroupM launches first catalogue of Black and Hispanic publishers, "Change the Lens" calls for 15% Black representation in production, Colin Kaepernick signs Disney deal for social injustice and equity stories ...and more responses to racial injustice:
Reminder that Colin Kaepernick repeatedly tried to peacefully tell us every Sunday that we had a major, systemic problem.
For those scoring at home, a white supremacist found a job in the NFL, but Colin Kaepernick isn’t welcome.
Me, watching people who criticized Colin Kaepernick for his nonviolent protest post MLK quotes today
"I've been ready for three years, I've been denied for three years. ... We're ready to play, we're ready to go anywhere." —Colin Kaepernick says he'll be waiting to hear from the NFL, Roger Goodell and the 32 teams.
Since nobody in NFL is interested, Colin Kaepernick is now handing out men's suits in front of NYC parole offices.