The inauguration shared a strong message of unity but musical performances couldn't shake us of the trauma of the last four years.
As a young Indian, I didn’t grow up feeling particularly close to the national anthem, the Constitution or even the national flag. In 2020, a new connection has been forged.
The same group of people who were called “Pakistani terrorists” are now being investigated to confirm whether “an instance of disrespect to the national anthem was observed.”
A Bunch of Moviegoers Just Got Abused and Called ‘Pakistani Terrorists’ for Sitting Through the National Anthem
A group of people, including a couple of Kannada actors, took on the job of being “the true citizens to set these anti-Indians right.”
This is not the first time pro-democracy protests happened in a sporting event.
The video featured prominent LGBTQ advocates and urged everyone to #StandWithPride.
Twenty percent of sales of the new jersey will be donated to Kaepernick's Know Your Rights Camp, which educates youth about interacting with law enforcement.
In since-deleted Facebook posts, Beaver County Republican Committee secretary Carla Maloney also wrote, “You don’t like it here go to Africa see how you like it there."
Trump's Patriotism Party to Shame Philadelphia featured the President not singing along to a fairly standard song. Could it be that he doesn't know the lyrics?
But he doesn't think the NFL rule goes far enough: "Maybe they shouldn't be in the country."
“It was unfortunate that on-field protests created a false perception among many that thousands of NFL players were unpatriotic,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.
Las Vegas Knights fans have a tradition where they yell "Knights" during a portion of the Star Spangled Banner. Sharks fans don't want any part of it.