Stars of police brutality drama "The Hate U Give" express their admiration for Colin Kaepernick and discuss Nike's decision to employ him in their latest ad campaign.
Nike guests reflect on Kaepernick support Guests show support for Nike's Colin Kaepernick advert at New York event, while David Hollander from NYU Tisch Institute for Global Sport reveals the strategy behind the decision.
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'Cosby' actor speaks out after being job-shamed Geoffrey Owens, who played Elvin Tibideaux on "The Cosby Show" from 1985 to 1992, speaks out after being job-shamed online and blames news organizations for taking advantage of "seeing the exalted fallen."
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Boycott Season Hits Nike, The New Yorker and Ryan Gosling Boycotters are out in full force in response to Nike featuring Colin Kaepernick in an ad campaign, The New Yorker scheduling Steve Bannon as one of its festival headliners, and a new Ryan Gosling movie they say neglects the American flag.
"Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything": Colin Kaepernick is one of the faces of a new Nike advertising campaign commemorating the brand's 30th anniversary of the "Just Do It" motto.
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A fierce debate has broken out over a picture showing former "Cosby Show" star Geoffrey Owens, who played Bill Cosby's son-in-law for five seasons, working as a cashier in Clifton, New Jersey. Tony Dokoupil reports.