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Washington Post SportsJun 06, 2020
NFL says it was wrong in handling of protests over racial injustice, encourages players to speak out
NFL commissioner releases a video on the day after prominent players called for the league to express such sentiments.

ESPN SportsJun 06, 2020
Hamilton: Floyd death has brought back painful memories of racism
Six-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton says the ongoing protests around the death of George Floyd have brought back "vivid memories" of the racism he has faced through his life.

ESPN NFLJun 06, 2020
Lessons from Selma march as important as ever to Falcons' Ricardo Allen
Learning the history of the civil rights movement firsthand has shown Allen the power of peaceful protests, which is still meaningful today.

Reuters International SportsJun 05, 2020
'We were wrong': NFL commissioner regrets stance on player protests, condemns racism
National Football League (NFL) Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league made mistakes in not listening to players, in a video on Friday denouncing racism in the United States amid widespread protests over police brutality against black people.

New York Times SportsJun 05, 2020
Kneeling at George Floyd Protests Recalls the Colin Kaepernick Controversy
Some demonstrators, and in some cases the police, have paused to kneel, recalling the manner of George Floyd's death and the gesture by Colin Kaepernick.

ESPN SportsJun 05, 2020
FSU's Leonard Hamilton -- We've made progress, but George Floyd, protests show we must keep fighting
Florida State men's basketball coach Leonard Hamilton, who grew up in segregation in the south, reflects on the events of the past week -- and the way forward.

Washington Post SportsJun 01, 2020
A timeline of Colin Kaepernick's protests against police brutality
Kaepernick began his protests before the 2016 NFL season, when he was a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers.

Athletes Invoke Colin Kaepernick in Response to George Floyd Protests (New York Times Sports)
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