Miami Dolphins’ Kenny Stills: Why I will continue to protest

The Miami Dolphins’ Kenny Stills was one of the first players in the NFL to begin kneeling in protest of racism, inequality, and social injustice in September 2016. He continues that protest today.

A film by Rand Getlin and Lukas Korver explores the “why” behind his actions, his league-leading commitment to bettering the world around us through activism, and the extensive work he does in communities in need all around the country.

Film courtesy Park Stories

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