San Francisco 49ers QB, Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the national anthem during a pre-season game and stirred up a controversy. According tot he QB he stats:
“I won’t stand for a national anthem in a country that oppresses black people.”
However, he’s stirred up something that perhaps he now wished he had not. His initial beef is that the US oppresses black people.
The same country which:
- Had a black woman as Sectretary of State
- Elected a black man as President of the USA
- Had a black Attorney General
The list can go one, but it brings up another question for people like Kaepernick.
How much is enough? How much do people have to show to not be labeled as racist? How much is enough before we look past a person’s skin color when people like Kaepernick and groups like BLM want to focus on skin color so much. Continue reading…