Tirico, Goodell, DeMaurice Smith talk about NFL's social justice efforts to start '20 season
NBC's Mike Tirico, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith talk about the NFL's social justice efforts to start the 2020 season.
Devin McCourty, Kelvin Beachum stress the importance of bridging digital divide, voter registration
Andrea Kremer sits down with Devin McCourty of the New England Patriots and Kelvin Beachum of the Arizona Cardinals to discuss the importance of bridging the digital divide in communities of need and signing up to vote.
Alvin Kamara talks about his involvement in the Say Their Stories campaign
New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara talks with Queen Latifah on the set of NBC's "Inspire Change Special" about his passion for telling the stories of those affected by social injustice and how that led him to get involved with Say Their Stories.
Steve Wyche leads Chargers roundtable discussion about next social justice steps
Steve Wyche has an in-depth conversation with Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn as well as quarterback Tyrod Taylor, running back Justin Jackson and defensive end Isaac Rochell about the changes they would like to see as a result of increased awareness about social injustice in America.
NFL Votes: Players, coaches encourage fans to register to vote
Only 60% of eligible Americans voted in the 2016 election. On the field or at the polls, 60% isn't good enough. Inspired by ongoing conversations with players, the NFL has launched #NFLVotes to empower and improve our communities through exercising their right to vote. Join the NFL Family by registering to vote today, and making your voice be heard in November.
Kim Jones leads discussion on how women can usher diversity, inclusion into work
NFL Network's Kim Jones leads a discussion with NFL Chief Revenue Officer & EVP Renie Anderson, NFL Senior VP Traci Otey Blunt and NFL Senior Director Nancy Bernstein on how women can usher diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Stephon Clark's Legacy | #EveryonesChild
Stephon Clark was an unarmed, 22 year-old man, who was fatally shot and killed in his grandmother's backyard in Sacramento, California by two officers from the Sacramento Police Department. This is the fifth PSA spearheaded by Roc Nation and the NFL in efforts to raise awareness about the need to create positive change in our communities and end systemic racism. For the league, the PSA falls under its Inspire Change initiative, a platform focused on the collaboration of the NFL and players to reduce barriers to opportunity and combat social injustice.
Pioli, Way, Claybon, Slater on practical steps to ensure fair elections
Former front office executive Scott Pioli, New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way, NFL Network's Patrick Claybon and former New England Patriots team captain Matthew Slater discuss practical steps to ensure fair elections.