College of the Ozarks, private Christian school, drops Nike over Kaepernick ad

College of the Ozarks, private Christian school, drops Nike over Kaepernick ad

College of the Ozarks, private Christian school, drops Nike over Kaepernick ad

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The Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder was born in a refugee camp in Ghana after his parents fled the Liberian civil war, and the family immigrated to Canada when he was five.

Kaepernick's grievance against the league and team owners accuses owners of colluding to keep him off any roster.

The campaign includes video ads and billboards.

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In a prepared statement from the school, president Jerry C. Davis made clear to note the decision was a direct result of Nike's new ad.

Kaepernick's deal with Nike for the 30th anniversary of the "Just Do It" campaign was the most polarizing issue in sports this week, prompting heated debate on several topics including athletes protesting social injustice and Nike wading into political waters. "I stand for anybody that believes in a positive attitude", LeBron James said Tuesday night at a Nike fashion show and awards ceremony in NY.

The president began his crusade against the National Football League in September 2017, when he referred to any kneeling player as a "son of a bitch" and called for team owners to fire any players who participate in the demonstrations. He says: "I honor the flag". President Donald Trump tweeted this week about the athletic gear's partnership with Kaepernick.

And while the #boycottnike hashtag has received about 204,000 Twitter engagements since Monday, the #justdoit hashtag has more than five times the engagements during the same time frame - indicating that while the ad has drawn Nike more scorn, it's also galvanized its supporters.

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