Nick Saban, the University of Alabama’s football coach, has a chance to take a stand against Donald Trump’s dangerous extremism, in particular Trump's hateful racism toward African-American football players, by refusing to take his national championship football team to the White House. Can you call today to make sure he does the right thing?
We’re calling Coach Nick Saban along with the offices of other key leaders at the University of Alabama to make sure they get the message loud and clear that they must say no to Trump’s hate.
The other leaders are: University of Alabama President Dr. Stuart Bell, Special Assistant to the President Bill Battle, Associate Director of Communications Jessica Paré, Associate Director, Crimson Tide Foundation Director J Batt and Compliance and Chief Diversity Officer Tiffini Grimes. Please make as many calls as you have time for today.
Hi. My name is YOUR NAME and I’m calling today because I don’t think Coach Saban should take the University of Alabama football team to the White House to celebrate their national championship.
Donald Trump is a dangerous extremist who has demonstrated hateful racism toward African-American football players. Coach Saban should take a stand against that hate by refusing to take his players to Washington.
Can I count on him and the University to do the right thing?
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