Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick has spent the last several years complaining about racism in America — and as he embarks on a publicity tour for his new graphic novel memoir, “Change the Game,” he’s turning the accusations of racism against his own white adoptive parents.
Kaepernick joined “CBS Mornings” to discuss the book and the message he hoped it would convey — and he argued that when his mother had been opposed to him getting his hair done in cornrows, she had been “perpetuating racism.”
Colin @Kaepernick7 accuses his parents of “problematic” behavior raising him, saying they were “perpetuating racism,” such as when his mother didn’t want him getting cornrows pic.twitter.com/NFXnLeLGXX
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