"I think the voices – the people burning the Nikes and all that kind of stuff. They may have the louder - they may talk louder. But I don't know that means there's more of them, necessarily."
SOUNDBITE (English) Russell Hornsby/Actor: "There's sensationalism in it too."
Regina Hall: "Exactly. I'm gonna go buy some extra Nikes just for the hell of it. Like burn yours. (Expletive) it, I'll buy some. But that's really not the point. The point is that if a mind doesn't want to be changed, it's not. Like he says, for the mind that is remotely open, for those that are indifferent. Maybe they're not like, aargh. Maybe they're different, and they don't think about it. Maybe this can change those minds of people where it's not really a priority because they don't experience it, because they don't live it. So, they don't. It's not really anything they think about. Maybe those people affected and change."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) George Tillman Jr./Director:
"This is what is actually happening now. It's happening with Colin right now in dealing with the NFL. How do we move forward, be able to have these conversations, be able to talk and be blatantly honest with one another so we can move forward."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Amandla Stenberg/Actress:
(Reporter: Do you see Colin Kaepernick as a hero?)
"Oh yeah, for sure."
SOUNDBITE (English) Algee Smith/Actor:
"I see him more so as a – definitely a hero. He's legendary. He's legendary now. It's crazy, because it just took one act of bravery just to become that. And now that one act of bravery may have caused a string of other events for him, but at least he can say when he's a hundred years old, 'Oh yeah, I put a dent in the NFL, you know when I was playing there.' That's pretty exciting to say."