NBA players have vowed to use the NBA bubble to resume speaking out for social justice.
Donovan Mitchell showed exactly what it looks like during Thursday’s bubble premiere. “data-reactid =”; 17 “> Donovan Mitchell showed exactly what he sees during Thursday’s bubble premiere.
Utah Jazz scored a dramatic victory over the New Orleans Pelicans in the first game on Disney World. He took a bulletproof vest on the winner’s news conference platform. “Data-reactid =” 22 “> Mitchell’s Utah Jazz scored a dramatic victory over the New Orleans Pelicans in the first game of Disney World. He took a vest against the bullets of the news conference platform. winner.
Let Mitchell explain.
“Am I next?”
Statement – Donovan Mitchell has a bulletproof vest.
The robe bears the name of several people killed due to police brutality.
He adds the quote “Am I next?” pic.twitter.com/wUp1QYYNQk
– Taylor Rooks (@TaylorRooks) July 31, 2020
“I have almost every possible name of everyone who has died from police brutality and police violence,” Mitchell told Turner Sports “Taylor Rooks as she showed off her attire after the unorthodox games.” There was a quote that she said “Am I next?” on the back of someone’s jersey. It doesn’t matter how much money you have or how famous you are, as African-American men what we are. “
all took a knee during the national anthem before the game. “data-reactid =” 30 “> Mitchell’s statement came after all Jazz and Pelicans players took a knee during the national anthem before the game.
That is the message
San Francisco 49ers uniform, the message of the police protesting against the Black police has been distorted in a false notification about the military and patriotism. “data-reactid =” 43 “> Ever since Colin Kaepernick first started kneeling in the San Francisco 49ers uniform, the message of protest Police brutality against Black people has been distorted in the a false narrative about the military and patriotism.
With his ball gown, Mitchell made it as clear as the message. Black people in America are tired of fearing for their lives because of the color of their skin.
“It doesn’t matter what your job is, what your name is,” Mitchell continued. “Being able to wear a bulletproof vest only shows that we also have our hands in our hands, just like a hand, they don’t shoot. We’re tired of seeing this. … Sick and tired of being scared.”
Mitchell was one of the first voices to speak at the resumption of the NBA bubble. He will not be the last.