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Black Law Enforcement Supports 49’s Quarterback, Colin Kaepernick

As a national organization of Black Law Enforcement Professionals, we are in full support of 49’s Quarterback, Colin Kaepernick.

It is our duty as peace officers and members of Blacks in Law Enforcement of America to continue the fight for freedom, justice, and equality for all citizens.

Blacks In Law Enforcement of America believes that Law Enforcements’ purpose is to protect and serve. Not to contain the poor, the economically disadvantaged or to take advantage of those who cannot fight back or have a real voice in the matter at hand.

At any given day a Black Police Officer’s family member could be a victim of the same issues that Mr. Kaepernick is courageously taking a stand against. At any given day without our uniform on, the Black Officer can be a victim or the same situations that Mr. Kaepernick has eloquently stated in several interviews.

As a national organization of Black Law Enforcement Professionals, we recognize that there are four degrees of separation from Black Law Enforcement and the Black community when it comes to “Police Criminality”. We know the victim, we know someone who knows the victim, the victim is a family member, or we are the victims.

Black Law Enforcement Officers should no longer permit ourselves to be relegated to the role of brutal pawns of a system of policing that has terrorized our birth communities for decades.

We are mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, brothers, sisters, neighbors, and members of the black community. Donning the blue uniform should not change this.

On the contrary, it should sharpen our perception of our responsibilities as Black men and women in a society that are seemingly unresponsive to the needs of Black people.

To this end, we are in full Colin Kaepernick and any other NFL player that uses their status to advance the need for Justice for Black people throughout America.

Damon K. Jones
New York Representative
Blacks In Law Enforcement of America


New York Representative, Blacks in Law Enforcement of America with 27 years of law enforcement experience. Mr. Jones has been a guest commentator on New York radio stations WBLS (107.5 FM), WLIB (1190 am) WRKS (98.7 FM), WBAI (99.5 FM) and Westchester's WVOX (1460 am). Mr. Jones has appeared on local television broadcasts including Westchester News 12 “News Makers” and Aljazeera America. You can now hear Damon every Sunday on the People Before Politics Radio Show on wwwinthmixxradio.com and Wednesdays at 750 AM on WVOX 1460 AM, Morning with Bob Marone Show

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Blacks in Law enforcement will continue to express “ Black” as it refers to people of color that are law enforcement professionals. The emphasis is on the common experience and determination of the people of African, Afro-Caribbean and Asian origin that opposes the effects of the policies and procedures in the history of our Justice System, that are based on racial bias and disproportionality.
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Petition to Boycott the NFL and Sponsors for Refusing to sign Colin Kaepernick

We are asking all Black Law Enforcement Organizations, civil rights organizations, grass root organizations to do the same.  PLEASE SIGN HERE  



“What does it say about the NFL, and about us, when at least a half-dozen men who have been accused of physical or sexual assault have been welcomed into the NFL over the past week, while Colin Kaepernick still has not?

While some NFL teams were busy drafting names from the police blotter last weekend, Kaepernick was standing outside a New York City parole office, handing out two boxes of his own custom-made suits to men who needed them for upcoming job interviews. He has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to charity. In March, it was reported by several news media outlets, including USA TODAY Sports, that Kaepernick will not protest the national anthem this coming season. And yet he’s still a free agent, so far unwanted by all 32 NFL teams.


The NFL is also broadcasting a message to Black people throughout the world that Black issues do not matter. It is uncommon that our children see athletes standing up for issues in their communities, especially for the many black men that have been unjustly killed by Law Enforcement.

As conscious Black People, we must send the same message to the NFL and their Sponsors that our dollars matter by boycotting the NFL and their products for basically punishing Kaepernick for his position on social justice issues.

We are asking all Black Law Enforcement Organizations, civil rights organizations, grass root organizations to do the same.  PLEASE SIGN HERE