The head coach of the Montreal Alouettes, Khari Jones, has demonstrated against racism on Friday, in Vancouver.
This is what he shared to his followers on Twitter, Saturday.
“My family and I, we took part in a peaceful protest yesterday in Vancouver, has written Jones. It was good to hear speakers and to see so many people together. Now, this is the difficult work begins, or to confront injustices when we see them in the real world.”
Jones, who is an African-American born in Indiana, was the pilot of the “Als” since the end of the training camp of the season 2019. He had previously been a member of the coaching staff of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (2009 to 2011), of the Saskatchewan Roughriders (2012 to 2013) and the Lions of British Columbia (2014 to 2017).
Jones has also played as quarterback in the canadian football League from 1997 to 2007.