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Colin Kaepernick: NFL quarterback calls for further protests against racial injustice

BBC News Friday, 12 October 2018
Colin Kaepernick: NFL quarterback calls for further protests against racial injusticeColin Kaepernick calls for further protests against racial injustice after receiving a prestigious award for his contributions to black history and culture.
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News video: Colin Kaepernick Files Application to Trademark His Image

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Colin Kaepernick Files Application to Trademark His Image Kaepernick filed an application to trademark an image of his face and hair, The application indicates he wants to use the image on a variety of items, In August, Kaepernick also filed a trademark for the phrase "I'm With Kap." Last month, the...

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