NBA players have promised to use the NBA’s bubble restart to advocate for social justice.
Donovan Mitchell showed what it looks like during the premiere of bubbles on Thursday. “data-reactid =”; 17 “> Donovan Mitchell showed exactly what the bubbles look like during the premiere on Thursday.
Utah Jazz won a dramatic victory over Pelicans of New Orleans in the first game in the world of Disney. He took a bulletproof vest to the platform of his winner’s press conference. Utah Jazz Mitchell won a dramatic victory over the New Orleans Pelican in the first game at Disney World, the press conference platform of its winner.
Let Mitchell explain.
“Am I next?”
Statement – Donovan Mitchell has a bulletproof vest.
The vest contains the names of many people who died as a result of police brutality.
He adds the quote “Am I next?” pic.twitter.com/wUp1QYYNQk
– Taylor Rooks (@TaylorRooks) July 31, 2020
“I have almost every name possible for all those who died from police brutality and police violence,” Mitchell told Taylor Rocks, who shows off his unorthodox attire. “Was there a quote that said ‘am I next?’ “on someone’s T-shirt. It doesn’t matter how much money you have or how famous you are as the African-American man we are.”
all knelt during the national anthem to the game. “data-reactid =” 30 “> Mitchell’s statement came after the players of” Jazz and Pelican “all knelt during the anthem before the game.
This is a message
San Francisco 49ers The uniform, the report of a protest against police brutality against black people, turned into a false story about the military and patriotism. Since Colin Copernicus first knelt in a San Francisco 49ers uniform, the message protesting police brutality against blacks is distorted into a false tale of the military and patriotism.
Mitchell made the message crystal clear thanks to his bulletproof vest. Black people in America are tired of fearing for their lives because of skin color.
“It doesn’t matter what your job is, what your name is,” Mitchell continued. “The ability to wear a bulletproof vest just shows that we also have our hands raised, just like hands up, don’t shoot. We’re tired of seeing it. … We’re sick and tired of fear.”
Mitchell was one of the first to speak out about the relaunch of NBA bubbles. He will not be the last.