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The responses tend to follow a pattern: The stadium is no place for political protest.
The game is a color-blind meritocracy. To protest football is to protest America.
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But according to a study we published last yearwhite football Augusta Maine wants to meet up tonight and black football fans hold very different views about the relationship between football and national pride.
And it might explain why there have been such divergent, emotional responses to the protests.
Black Americans love football, but… Social scientists who study sports have long argued that sports are a powerful political stage. Popular wisdom, on the other hand, tends to maintain that sports are inherently apolitical, and should remain that way.
Yes, Muhammad Bayamon lady with class was outspoken about politics and became a symbol of black protest in the s. But generally, athletes have not waded into politics, no doubt in part because of the influence of corporate interests and sponsors.
But for black fans, feelings of alienation toward the imposed patriotism in NFL games have been stewing for a. And it may be that black athletes finally decided to respond to the attitudes of their black fans.
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In our study, we aggregated 75 opinion polls between andand compared the relationship between national pride and football fandom among white and black Americans. We found that since the early s, national pride has been in decline among American men and women of all races. But among black men, this decline has been especially sharp.
Which Americans do patriotic displays speak to?
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For decades, the league and broadcasting networks have conflated football with patriotism. Massive American flags get spread across the field before the game, celebrities sing highly produced renditions of the national anthem, military jets streak across the Ladies seeking nsa SC Cordesville 29434 and teams routinely honor veterans and active service members.
Fighter jets do a flyover and military personnel hold a giant American flag before an NFL game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Baltimore Ravens.
They also promote the narrative that hard work and following the rules lead to success on the field — the crux of the American Dream. Many football fans might embrace these displays, which reinforce their beliefs and reflect their view of the country as a colorblind meritocracy.
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Among African-Americans, on the other hand, there was a negative association. And this was happening long before Colin Kaepernick decided to take a knee.
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Black identity and American identity W. B Du Bois once observed that for black Americans, a fundamental tension exists between their American identities and their black identities.
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Football broadcasts can create highly visible opportunities to express black prowess, pride and resistance. At the same time, watching wildly successful black players on the Biloxi Mississippi fuck teens field might sharpen the contrast of racial injustice off the field.
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Meanwhile, studies have shown that the more black Americans emphasize their blackness, the less likely they are to have patriotic feelings. Together, this could create a situation where black fans are prone to reject the popular national narrative that links football to a wider, ethnically blind meritocratic order. In other words, even before black athletes started taking an explicit Housewives wants real sex Montesano, their presence and success on the field created the conditions to question the dominant ideology of a meritocratic, colorblind society.
Looking at it this way, these protests were only a matter a time.