The student leadership at a California high school has banned “The Star-Spangled Banner” from school rallies, calling the national anthem “outdated and racially insensitive.”
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster (R.) on Tuesday issued a proclamation calling for South Carolinians to stand in their homes before the Super Bowl kick off.
The National Football League rejected a full-page Super Bowl program ad containing the phrase “#PleaseStand,” which was submitted by the nonprofit American Veterans (AMVETS).
The ratings are in, and a lot more people watched Monday night’s college football national title game than Oprah Winfrey’s buzzy speech at Sunday’s Golden Globes.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday expressed his disapproval with the National Football League and its owners over reports that they may institute changes to the league’s national anthem policy next season if the current protests continue.
GQ Magazine has named former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick as its “citizen of the year.”
The California chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is calling on lawmakers to strip “The Star-Spangled Banner” of its status as the national anthem.