Colorado Store Owner To Stop Selling Nike Over Colin Kaepernick Signing, Ad


The ad features Kaepernick's face in a close up with a message about sacrifice. However, Canterbury said that is exactly what law enforcement is fighting to protect. "Ask if they're insane enough", James replied with the sportswear giants' motto: "#JustDoIt". In our experience, boycotts and similar exercises do not succeed and often serve only to enrich the company - which is not what we want to do.

Williams, who is through to her first US Open semi-final since 2016, was forced to answer questions about Nike's ad campaign after beating Karolina Pliskova at Flushing Meadow.

Canterbury did not hold back when speaking about the right to free speech.

President Trump owns that property and he apparently is not a fan of the athletic apparel company or their decision to make Colin Kaepernick the face of their new "Just Do It" campaign.

On Wednesday, Nike released an advert featuring Kaepernick which will be aired during Thursday's season-opening game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Atlanta Falcons.

A Christian college has chose to stop using Nike products in response to their Colin Kaepernick-themed campaign. "Even if it means sacrificing everything" written across the photo.

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"Colin Kaepernick drew our collective attention to the problem of continued racial injustice in America", Brennan tweeted.

President Donald Trump, a frequent critic of protesting National Football League players, tweeted Wednesday that Nike is getting "killed" over the endorsement deal.

Kaepernick, a former quarterback with the San Francisco 49ers, rose to prominence after electing to kneel during the United States national anthem to protest racial injustice. I'm not gonna speak for them, but there was no one happy about it.

Kaepernick is only shown twice in the ad, once in the middle and in the closing seconds.

Stills, who talks often with Kaepernick, said he senses increasing support for the protesters as their cause is better understood.