The NFL stunned many viewers by unveiling a controversial new ad which seemed to support the radical ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement.
The new ad, entitled ‘Inspire Change’ which aired during the Superbowl also revealed that the NFL would be donating $250,000,000 to combat what it referred to as ‘systemic racism.’
As The Daily Wire reports:
The National Football League (NFL) closed its season with the Super Bowl Sunday but reminded fans that, while football may be on hiatus until next September, “systemic racism” never takes a holiday.
The NFL aired its “closing argument” ad during the Super Bowl Sunday night as part of a commitment, made over the summer, to publicly address racial inequality. The ad titled, “Inspire Change,” introduced a campaign of the same name, and served as a tribute to former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who “inspired” the league to include racial justice messaging over the course of its 2020-2021 season.
The ad, Fox News reports, “demonstrated the importance of diversity to the sport and reaffirmed the pledge it made in June to commit $250 million over a 10-year period to various methods designed to combat systemic racism.”
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