2022 Tribeca Festival – Kaepernick & America Review

The 2022 Tribeca Film Festival has arrived and one of my most anticipated documentaries of the year has arrived in Kaepernick & America. Synopsis: Ever since he started to oppose police brutality, civil rights activist and former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's actions have reverberated worldwide as shown in this documentary. https://vimeo.com/705549189 The film... Continue Reading →

‘Kaepernick & America’ Review: Tribeca 2022

-Allison McCulloch Directors: Tommy Walker, Ross HockrowProducers: Bill Stephney, Gary Cohen, Matt McDonald Colin Kaepernick protested police brutality by taking a knee when the “Star-Spangled Banner” was sung, an anthem whose third verse literally mentions slaves. The film documents America’s reaction, which even includes a man burning the Kaepernick jersey he owned. Kaepernick was “punished”... Continue Reading →

News Or Noise: Week Five Edition

I hope the defender is okay Derrick Henry is a force of nature. Over the first four games of the season he is averaging 127.5 yards per game on the ground. In the age of the timeshare, Henry stands alone, getting 28.5 rushing attempts per game. That's more than some teams are averaging per game... Continue Reading →

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