Georgia College Drops Nike for 'Reprehensible' Kaepernick Ad
A small college in Georgia has dropped Nike after its use of Colin Kaepernick in its "Just Do It" ad campaign, saying the football player-turned social injustice activist "mocks our troops." "America has sacrificially given my family the freedoms we enjoy today," Truett McConnell University President Dr. Emir Caner announced Friday.
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