Fresh Off NBA Championship Win, Lebron James Eyes November And Addresses The Need For Social Change

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Renee Montgomery, member of the Lebron James-led "More than a Vote" campaign, speaks to the campaign’s effort to fight voter suppression and social injustice. Aired on 10/12/2020
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Fresh Off NBA Championship Win, Lebron James Eyes November And Addresses The Need For Social Change

37 Comments on "Fresh Off NBA Championship Win, Lebron James Eyes November And Addresses The Need For Social Change"

  1. He’s not my GOAT but he’s an incredible player with an incredible physique. Well done to king James and his Lakers. Definitely the greatest player in the NBA since Jordan. Hope James continues his greatness as king and can hold off Giannis for as long as possible

  2. Push against everything that is the opposite of love, it actually started with Colin and kneeling four years ago, long before Lebron. That win was for Kobe.

  3. Congrats Lakers! Helps get over the sadness of Kobe and Gigi’s death.

    • Ocean Rock nobody cares

    • @David Hale – So, why did you start another YT channel? Just 7 days ago. I have found 2 others that joined the same day you did. I have found over 20 who have joined in the past 5 months and I’ve only been looking for a couple of weeks. I suspect you guys are creating extra YT id’s because you guys were falling off like flies. Have to pad the thumbs down & the comments section.

  4. 😃 We AAAALLLLL know LEBRON JAMES is voting for Biden Harris 2020!!!!!

  5. I wish rush Limbaugh would have taken more OXYCONTIN

  6. I gotta say, Jimmy Butler willing his team to those two wins was the best part of the Finals. The Heat really showed some stuff in these playoffs, no doubt!

  7. This makes him the GOAT. Talking about the issues affecting the people. Priceless

  8. The athletes , movie performers and singers pay taxes also , more than what we pay! Yes! they should speak out! They are tax payers also!!

  9. My brother and I were enjoying the game together, and I mentioned that LeBron James reminded me of Malcolm X. I don’t believe in flattering a person because they are wealthy or famous. But, he has his same spirit, love and concern for his people. Malcolm X was our Black Prince. Congratulations on the Lakers 🎉 win.

  10. He is the greatest player this generation has ever seen¡🏀🙈🙉🙊🏆

  11. America is

    23 in education.
    37 in healthcare.
    34 in raising family index.
    No high-speed train.
    Highest number of homeless people.
    Highest number of incarcerated people.
    78% of people live paycheck to paycheck.

    Stock market is not economy of Americans! Where 90% of money belongs to top 10% of the population, it’s wallet for the rich.

    Let’s talk like adults, instead of name calling.

    I have left the proof on my playlist, if you would like to check!

    Let’s make our country better together..

  12. Becky Mayfield | October 12, 2020 at 8:22 PM | Reply

    Every republican president has given a recession but this takes the cake 🤕

    When will Americans learn…

  13. Nicole Wallace you are the bomb we watched you here in Chicago on my YouTube 📱 EVERY day. Keep up the good work u are awesome has a reporter. Us Latinas VOTE FOR JOE SI SE PUEDE 😂💙😎💜💪🌊🌊🌊

  14. L E B R O N J A M E S !!!
    More than a vote!

  15. LeBron James: Thanks for being a great example as an athlete and as a great person. We need this election for all honest lives. You are a great spokesperson for change that is needed.

  16. Lebron; so much talent and accomplishment! If the ‘Right’ is all about meritocracy, Lebron has more than earned his right to speak and loudly. What exactly has Ingram or Limbaugh accomplished many others couldn’t also do.

  17. Cynthia Copland | October 12, 2020 at 9:06 PM | Reply

    Shaq voted 🗳 for the ☝🏽 first time & you can bet that it was a #BidenHarris vote.

  18. That is why Ali is the Greatest. That is why Lebron is the GOAT. It is never just what you do in the in the sport. I love Jordan. I respect Jordan. But I love, respect and admire. It matters what you do. It matters when you do it.

  19. Valentino LaQuey | October 12, 2020 at 9:24 PM | Reply

    Honor the amazing force and credibility of the United States of America.

    We are going to be ok. Just go vote for Biden Harris, Amy McGrath.

    Lizzie Fletcher for Congress, MJ Hegar, Wendy Davis for Senate.

    Join one if the strongest campaigns ever seen in the United States America.

    Text United 30330
    Donte Act Blue

  20. Why is nobody addressing the lack of diversity in the NBA, 75% of the players are black, this is not acceptable.

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