Colin Kaepernick gives free food, supplies to the homeless on his 32nd birthday
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Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback turned activist Colin Kaepernick spent part of his 32nd birthday on Sunday morning giving free food and supplies to homeless people in Oakland, Calif.

In footage shared on social media, the former NFL star could be seen handing out food, toiletries and Nike bags to homeless people in Oakland.

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#RP @ravisionmedia: This is how Kap brought in his birthday today ❤️ Giving back ✊ Happy birthday, @kaepernick7!! #imwithkap


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Kaepernick was accompanied by radio host Nessa, who is his girlfriend, as well as members of his Know Your Rights camp, a nonprofit group he founded that works to empower and educate black and brown communities in the country.

The official Instagram page for his group shared photos of a food truck Kaepernick also brought to Oakland to feed homeless people.

Kaepernick was the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem at games to protest racial inequality and police brutality during the 2016 season.

He has not had a job in the league since the end of that season.