A group of people have started a website called “The End of Diversity” and they’re calling on NFL players and other sports figures to speak out on issues of equality, equality and equality and acceptance.
The website is dedicated to players and teams from the NFL, NBA, MLB, NFLPA, NHL, NHLPA, and NFL teams.
They are trying to create a platform to advocate for the “right to be who you want to be.”
“As an athlete, it is important that I be inclusive of people from all backgrounds and races,” said NFL Hall of Famer John Stallworth in a statement.
“We are an inclusive organization and it is my hope that we can create a space for all athletes to be able to speak and share their opinions freely without fear of being called out for their racism or other bigotry.”
The goal of the site is to raise awareness of racism and discrimination in sports.
The site is being run by The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, or NASAC, a civil rights organization founded by former President Barack Obama.
They released a statement Wednesday about the site.
The site is run by the NAACP and is in response to the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by a white police officer in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Wednesday.
The group has been using the platform to highlight racism in sports and other forms of media.NASAC released a similar statement about the website.
In its statement, the NAACP called the goal of “The Stop Diversity & Inclusion” to “promote equality, respect and inclusion in our communities.
We recognize that many sports figures and others have chosen to do so.”
It said the site has “been created with a broad array of voices, including LGBT and women of color voices, and includes a wide range of viewpoints.
This site is dedicated, in no small part, to addressing racism and the lack of inclusion and equality in sports, and in particular, in the NFL.”
In the statement, The National Organization for Women (NOW) wrote that the website was a way to “make a difference in the lives of black and brown people.”
The site says it hopes to raise public awareness of issues such as police brutality and police brutality against black and Brown people, as well as the importance of inclusion in sports that promote equality.NASCC president Sarah Boynton Brown wrote on the website that they hope the site will help people see the problem of racism in all forms, including in sports.
“Black and Brown folks are often at the center of the violence in our society and are frequently targeted by police officers who use excessive force,” she wrote.
“There are still so many instances where we are not being heard and where we can’t have conversations about race and racism.
It is vital that we all join forces and speak out against racism.”
The group hopes to bring the site to other sports teams.
“We are excited to bring this important conversation to other leagues and teams,” NASAC President Sarah Boyton Brown wrote in a tweet.