Seattle Seahawks Social Justice
Seahawks Social Justice
Seahawks Reflect On Social Justice Helmet Decals
Feb 26, 2021
Throughout the 2020 season, Seahawks players chose to represent social justice initiatives and honor victims of racism and police brutality with helmet decals to show their support.
Celebrating Resilience - Seahawks Vice President of Player Engagement Maurice Kelly
Feb 25, 2021
Maurice Kelly is responsible for providing club personnel, players and families with programs that foster personal and professional growth while serving as a conduit between players and management. Experiences from his childhood growing up in the south prepared him for the real world.
Celebrating Resilience - Seahawks Director of Legends & Player Engagement Mario Bailey
Feb 25, 2021
Mario had a long 12 year football career from playing at the University of Washington, NFL, NFL Europe, CFL, AFL, XFL, but before his football days, he learned an eye-opening lesson that stuck with him forever.
Celebrating Resilience - Seahawks Legend Paul Johns
Feb 24, 2021
Seahawks Legend Paul Johns grew up in Wichita Falls, Texas. Throughout his life and professional career in the NFL, he takes lessons and memories of his childhood to celebrate the resilience shown throughout Black history.
Celebrating Resilience - Seahawks Wide Receiver Tyler Lockett
Feb 24, 2021
"You never know how many opportunities you are going to get. The chances might be limited, but you have to figure out how to play the cards right." - Tyler Lockett discusses resilience in his own live, as well as examples from throughout Black history.
What Is The Black Future Co-op Of Washington?
Feb 17, 2021
The Seahawks speak with four leaders of the Black Future Co-op of Washington, a fund created to help reverse the harm that systemic racism has done to the Black community in Washington state. Learn more about the organization here: https://shwks.com/gu5gy
Building Black Wealth - Seahawks Edition
Feb 09, 2021
Enjoy a special Seahawks edition of Building Black Wealth with Seattle artist Draze. Hear from Seahawks Legends Cliff Avril, Jordan Babineaux, Justin Forsett and Marcus Trufant as well as other Black entrepreneurs in the Seattle community as we celebrate Black-owned businesses as part of Black History Month.
Seahawks Celebrate Black-Owned Businesses: Emerald City Fish & Chips
Feb 08, 2021
In the second week of Black History Month, the Seahawks are focusing efforts towards supporting Black-owned businesses, including Emerald City Fish & Chips, a good spot for hearty Southern cuisine like po' boys and crab puppies with a Northwest twist. The owner, Steve Allen, uses his grandmother's recipes and inspiration to build what he hopes will be generational wealth for his entire family.
Say Their Stories: Emmett Till As Told By DK Metcalf
Feb 03, 2021
Say Their Stories: Emmett Till as told by Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf.