“Too often we see race and Black stories portrayed through a white lens,” said the quarterback-turned-activist.
The activist has inked a multi-project deal with Audible, which will release the audio version of his upcoming memoir.
The former NFL quarterback criticized "American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people,' following the killing of Iranian military leader Qassim Suleimani, leading to outrage from conservatives.
Kennesaw State University Student Receives $145,000 In Settlement After Kneeling During National Anthem
Tommia Dean and four other cheerleaders at the school chose to take a knee during the anthem in September 2017.
In a new interview, the singer explains she made the decision to show solidarity with Colin Kaepernick because she "couldn’t be a sellout."
After the murder of Mario Woods, Kaepernick was inspired to use his platform for good, planting the seeds for the Know Your Rights campaign.
It's Been Over 850 Days Since Colin Kaepernick Played In The NFL, But He's Never Stopped Training For His Return
The former NFL quarterback and activist hasn't played professional football in years but he's staying ready just in case.
A new report says Kaepernick and Carolina Panther's player Eric Reid are set to receive less than $10 million after setting with the league.
Kaepernick says the project is “for those true to themselves on and off the field. Proudly, unapologetically and against all odds.”
The two sides have agreed to settle Kaepernick’s grievance claiming that league teams colluded to deny him a contract after he took a knee during the national anthem.
Senate GOP lawmakers say the celebrated athlete and activist is "too controversial" to be given a recognition.
Cub Scout Liam Holmes "took a knee against racial discrimination" during the Pledge of Allegiance at a Durham, North Carolina, city council meeting.
"To watch the game is to compromise my beliefs. It’s not worth it. #ImWithKap," tweeted director Ava DuVernay.
The Grammy-nominated rapper turned down the opportunity, and “a lot of money,” in a decision to stand behind Kaepernick
Gladys Knight spoke to "Today" about her decision to perform at the Super Bowl, where she'll be joined by Travis Scott, Big Boi and more.
The former 49ers quarterback retweeted a message on Twitter stating that there is "NO mutual respect and there is NO understanding."