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.
Grady Jarrett and Dr. Bernice King tour The King Center | Inspire Change
Falcons defensive end Grady Jarrett spent some time with Dr. Bernice King and took a tour of The King Center, an inspire change grant partner. Hear her thoughts on how she continues to honor her father's legacy and what still needs to be done today.
Cam Jordan and the 'Center for Policing Equity' | Inspire Change
Cam Jordan is a leader both on and off the football field and in his effort to inspire positive change throughout the country has committed himself to improving the relationship between police and communities of color. This work is something Cam has in common with the "Center for Policing Equity", an organization the NFL has provided a grant for, that is committed to collecting data that helps law enforcement agencies identify ways to improve their relationships with the communities they serve.
NFL, Per Scholas partnering to train, provide access to those excluded from tech careers | Inspire Change
Learn about the Per Scholas' mission to train and provide access to those typically excluded from careers in the technology industry.
Jason McCourty on his work with Breakthrough Miami | Inspire Change
Dolphins defensive back Jason McCourty introduces Breakthrough Miami, an academic enrichment program for students in low-resource areas. Breakthrough Miami is one of the NFL's Inspire Change education grant partners.
NFL working with grant partner National Urban League to decrease racial equity gap | Inspire Change
We all deserve a home: The NFL is working with grant partner National Urban League to help decrease the racial equity gap in America. Go to nfl.com/inspirechange to learn more.
History of NFL's Inspire Change initiative
Watch the history of the NFL's Inspire Change initiative.
Rodney and Erika McLeod's initiative, Change Our Future, inspired by Black Lives Matter | Say Their Stories
To Philadelphia Eagles safety Rodney McLeod, Black Lives Matter is more than just a phrase, it's an investment into our youth. After the protests of 2020 McLeod and his wife Erika were motivated to do more to advance the lives of black people in this country – specifically within education. In this installment of Say Their Stories, Rodney shares how he and his wife are doing their part to Inspire Change.
It Takes All Of Us to Advance Social Justice | Inspire Change
The NFL, players, and clubs created the Inspire Change initiative as part of an ongoing acknowledgement of the ways that systemic racism contributes to barriers to opportunity and equality.
Learn more about the NFL's efforts to create progress in education, economic advancement, community and police relations, and criminal justice reform.
Cam Jordan, Marching Together: Police, Community, and the City of New Orleans Ep. 4
Watch the fourth episode of New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan's Inspire Change series.
Say Their Stories: Eddie Jackson
Chicago Bears safety Eddie Jackson shares his story about what motivates him to be an active member of the community.
Cam Jordan, Marching Together: Police, Community, and the City of New Orleans Ep. 3
New Orleans Saints defensive lineman Cam Jordan tells his story of marching together with the police and New Orlenas community.
Cam Jordan, Marching Together: Police, Community, and the City of New Orleans Ep. 2
Watch the second episode of New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan's Inspire Change series.
Cam Jordan, Marching Together: Police, Community and the City of New Orleans Ep. 1
Watch the first episode of New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan's Inspire Change series.
Cam Jordan and Crescent City Corps | Inspire Change trailer
Check out the trailer for New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan's new Inspire Change docuseries, which launches with its first episode on Thursday, November 11.
Inspire Change: Kelvin Beachum on the importance of STEAM, mentorship
"I had no idea where these young men were going to go in life, I just knew that I wanted to support."
When Kelvin Beachum saw the lack in equity of resources and access to STEAM education for people of color, he set out to bring more representation to the field for students at a young age. Kelvin Konnects is an initiative that connects with students early on in their educational journey and provides them with the mentorship they need to be successful in STEAM.
Logan Ryan | Say Their Stories
Logan Ryan, like many of us, was disgusted by the murder of George Floyd. Ryan, being the son of a retired Camden New Jersey police officer, thought there must be a solution to the problem that is police brutality in our country. Thus, they formed RAST - Ryan's Alternative Solutions Training - a training method that helps officers lead with empathy when dealing with people in their community.
NFL 360: Mac McCain III's family ties to the civil rights movement
NFL 360: Mac McCain's family ties to the civil rights movement
Four Pillars of Inspire Change – Economic Advancement
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end K'Lavon Chaisson believes everyone should be on the same playing field when it comes to economic advancement. Inspire Change grant partner UNCF is focused on enabling economic advancement through education, including providing incarcerated individuals with higher education opportunities. To learn more about the NFL and its grant partners' efforts to address barriers to opportunity and equality, visit NFL.com/InspireChange. #InspireChange
Steve Smith Sr. shares significance of FCC's Emergency Broadband Benefit
NFL Network's Steve Smith Sr. shares the significance of the FCC's Emergency Broadband Benefit.
Four Pillars of Inspire Change – Police & Community Relations
Former Chicago Bears and current Washington Football Team tackle Charles Leno Jr. believes work must be done to rebuild trust between law enforcement and local communities. Inspire Change grant partner Metropolitan Family Services is tackling this challenge through ongoing work with the Chicago Police Department to help bridge the gap between police and the districts they serve. To learn more about the NFL's efforts to address barriers to opportunity and equality, visit NFL.com/InspireChange. #InspireChange
Four Pillars of Inspire Change – Criminal Justice Reform
Bills offensive tackle Dion Dawkins shares why it is important that we address our criminal justice system and the importance of second chances. The NFL's Inspire Change initiative helps organizations like Alabama Appleseed provide those second chances. To learn more about the NFL's efforts to address barriers to opportunity and equality, visit NFL.com/InspireChange. #InspireChange
Inspire Change: Michael Thomas explores history of Juneteenth in Galveston, TX
June 19th has been a well-known holiday within the African American community since its inception in 1865. However, it has just recently come to national prominence outside of the African American community. NFL free agent Michael Thomas took us around Galveston, Texas the birthplace of Juneteenth to share this American story.
Four Pillars of Inspire Change – Education
Rams offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth is a passionate believer in the power of education and providing opportunity to communities that have traditionally been left behind. Through his work and organizations like Dream Corps, we can work together toward education equality. To learn more about the NFL's efforts to address barriers to opportunity and equality, visit NFL.com/InspireChange. #InspireChange
Inspire Change: Eric Kendricks and the 'George Floyd Effect' in Minneapolis
One year ago, following the tragic loss of George Floyd, the ensuing social justice protests galvanized the fight for positive change around the world, especially in Floyd's hometown of Minneapolis. Minnesota Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks is among those who have taken the message of "Inspire Change" to heart by working to change the landscape of the city, one hopeful step at a time.