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Ads of the Week: THAT controversial Nike ad, geek island, the latest from John Lewis and other stories

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Nike has released their full “Just Do It” ad featuring Colin Kaepernick. The ad has Kaepernick narrating over a series of inspirational athletes and their stories of struggle: from MLS star Alphonso Davies’ voyage from refugee to professional soccer player to Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin’s journey to become the NFL’s first one-handed player. No specific mention is made about Kaepernick’s controversial protest during the national anthem, but former 49ers quarterback looks pointedly at a projection of an American flag as he says the line “Believe in

 

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