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Pro-Colin Kaepernick Demonstration Scheduled For Colts Opening Home Game

Pro-Colin Kaepernick Demonstration Scheduled For Colts Opening Home Game

The NFL has been facing growing criticism  — and a large drop in ratings — as a massive round of protests supporting Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling during the National Anthem continues to gain momentum.

The former Superbowl-Staring Quarterback has been out of a job since last season, and it appears that he has been victim of a coordinated effort by League Owners and Front Offices to keep him unemployed. Many see this as a form of punishment for speaking out against White Supremacy and Police Brutality, and the #BoycottNFL demonstrations have grown by the week.

This upcoming Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts kick-off their slate of home games at Lucas Oil Stadium against the Arizona Cardinals — the presence of Colin Kaepernick’s movement will be felt directly outside of their doorstep.



The Organization Standing 4 Kaepernick are the orchestrators behind a nation wide rounds of rallies planned at NFL games around the country this upcoming Sunday. Involving coordination between multiple local organizations and leaders, Standing 4 Kaepernick aims to take the Public involvement of the Kaepernick rallies to the next level.

Beginning at 11am this upcoming Sunday, a Pro-Kaepernick demonstration will be held just outside of Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis. The group will convene in the public areas surrounding the stadium in a show of solidarity with the movement Colin Kaepernick launched when he first kneeled for the national anthem a little over a year ago. The organization — led by Tim Clark of Brooklyn — does not plan to end their rallying any time soon, as plans to extend the boycott beyond NFL viewership and protesting has already been outlined by the organization.

Indianapolis Pro Colin Kaepernick protest

-Do not watch ANY week 1 NFL games.
-Do not record games to watch later.
-Do not check scores online.
-Do not watch any sports shows that may talk about the NFL.
-Do not attend sports bars that may air NFL games.
-Do not purchase any NFL merchandise (this can start right now).

The rally also will highlight the murder of unarmed Aaron Bailey by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Almost 90 days after the killing, IMPD continues to face harsh criticism for their inaction and failure to punish the Officers responsible for the murder.   For more information on where to convene for the protest and how you can assist, you can visit the official event page on social media. More details on the event will be coming as plans are finalized.