Two small Christian colleges take a stand against Nike over its Colin Kaepernick ad campaign

first_imgBy Cindy Boren | The Washington PostNike’s new ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick, whose kneeling demonstration during the national anthem started a controversy that engulfed the NFL last season and drew the ire of President Trump, has cost it a relationship with at least two small colleges.Truett McConnell University, a liberal arts school with about 2,600 students in the northern Georgia community of Cleveland, will no longer offer Nike products in its campus store. And athletic teams …last_img

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