NBA, WNBA usher in a wave of protest by professional and college athletes

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At the height of another police shooting of an African American man, this time in Kenosha, Wisconsin, several franchises in the pro-ball leagues of the WNBA and NBA stopped playing games. Was it effective?

They demanded for their organizations to speak out and create direct action to address the growing issues of racial injustice and inequities. Ark Republic speaks with Mikhail Furnace on how to sustain these protests, and what does this mean at this moment.

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