That's where you're completely wrong. I have legit concerns about black kids that have to grow up surrounded by nonsense. I'm genuinely interested in how the situation can be resolved. The answer is unequivocally not pointing fingers at the police. It is people like your hero Kaepernick that I'm against not the black kids whose surroundings limit their probability for success and increase their chances of death at at young age. Those kids didn't choose that life. The community that surrounds them chooses their life for them. Right now kids are being brain-washed about this Police issue. Keapernick is a moron and I'm a moron-ist not a race-ist. People like you and Kaepernick make the situation worse, not better. Nobody puts effort into this issue because people like you immediately claim racist. You can't debate the issue on facts so you claim people that don't agree with you are racist. The black kid in the hood could have a bright future but people like you and Kaepernick teach them to focus on hate and blaming other people. The opportunities are available in this country. I bought, remodeled and sold houses for several years. The workers in that industry are predominantly hispanic. Many of them came here with literally nothing. No possessions, money or education and they didn't speak the language. Most of them now lead a middle class lifestyle and many have their own businesses now. Their kids don't live in high crime, high poverty areas. Meanwhile the black kid in the hood does grow up in high crime high poverty areas. The reason this happens is that people like you and Kaepernick convinced that kid's parents to focus on blaming the police,the government, etc. for their problems and told them their lives are hopeless.