Sports have been a hotbed of political commentary and social activism in recent years.

In 2016, sports celebrities spoke out against the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal, which they argued would damage the livelihoods of many athletes.

A few years later, the UFC’s Holly Holm took aim at the US government after it failed to pass legislation that would grant her and UFC president Dana White the right to use her likeness in advertising and marketing.

Now sports are also taking on the world’s political elites, with politicians and celebrities calling for a greater respect for free speech.

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Sports have long been a major focus for political activism.

For instance, sports personalities are frequently involved in protests, such as the 1968 Greenbrier sit-in.

A petition calling for the cancellation of the NFL’s upcoming game between the Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys has collected more than 13 million signatures.

In addition to politics, sport is also a source of entertainment.

In the past, athletes such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, as well as Hollywood stars such as Charlize Theron, have become social media stars.

As a result, sport has become a way for celebrities to connect with their fans and followers.

Sports also help create social networks, as celebrities use their online presence to promote their products and products to their millions of followers.

In 2017, the NFL was one of the first sports leagues to use its social media platform, Twitter, to promote the game between Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.

The sport is often the place where sports stars connect with each other, but this has also made it an increasingly sensitive subject for political activists.

The recent controversy over the controversial remarks by US president Donald Trump about athletes kneeling during the national anthem and the subsequent protests prompted several NFL stars to take to Twitter to condemn the president’s remarks and to voice their opinions about the current political climate.

In 2017, US Congressmen Peter DeFazio and John Conyers released a report called “Racism and Racism in Sport” that included a section on the topic.

DeFazeio and Conyers concluded that the problem of racial profiling in the sport is systemic.

They also called for increased scrutiny of athletes, particularly athletes of color, in order to address racism in sports.

Read a selection of sports stars’ responses to the report.

The American football team in the National Football League (NFL) was recently in the news after the team announced it would be hosting a White House visit to take place on November 1.

A number of players have spoken out against Trump, including quarterback Colin Kaepernick and wide receiver Ricardo Lockette.

In response, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has promised to ensure the safety of NFL players and the league’s players’ families.

In 2018, former NFL player and former Washington Redskins defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh, who is currently serving a one-game suspension, called on the league to adopt a “zero tolerance” policy against racial profiling.

The NFL and the NFL Players Association have also reached a number of agreements on players’ personal conduct.

This includes a settlement with former Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore, who was banned for a year in 2014 after he was found to have used racial slurs against the NFL player community.

In recent years, sports stars have also been vocal about social justice issues.

In March 2018, actor Chris Pratt said that he is not going to “go to sleep this weekend and sleep until America has changed.”

The actor said that while he respects those who stand up against bigotry, he wants “the next generation to be better” by supporting “the causes that make our world better.”

In 2017 and 2018, the AFL-CIO’s president, Richard Trumka, also called on sports stars to speak out on social justice topics, including against racism.

Trumkas recent statement on sports and social justice also highlighted the need for athletes to “speak out” when they feel marginalized by other athletes.

In May 2018, NBA star LeBron James said that athletes who don’t speak up when they see discrimination are “faking it”.

James also said that it’s “unfair” that athletes are allowed to speak up about injustice.

In April 2018, US President Donald Trump signed a bill that requires the NBA and NFL to take affirmative steps to prevent racial profiling, including increasing training for coaches and players to better monitor the behavior of athletes.

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