In the days following the killing of George Floyd, University of Minnesota student athletes, coaches and administrators have condemned the acts that led to Floyd's death and voiced strong support for protesting efforts on social media.
Here's a list of some of those that have spoken out:
Athletics director Mark Coyle released a statement on Monday.
Men's basketball coach Richard Pitino tweeted this on Friday.
Gophers football coach P.J. Fleck released a statement Friday. Fleck also appeared on ESPN's First Take to discuss the situation.
Women's basketball coach Lindsay Whalen first tweeted Wednesday and has subsequently posted numerous times, including about her participation at donation drops in Minneapolis.
Whalen isn't the only coach who has donated her time and money. Men's golf coach Justin Smith, and women's cross country coach Sarah Hopkins are among many that have helped the cause.
Two other coaches have also posted statements: women's soccer coach Stefanie Golan and volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon.
Student athletes have also been voicing their opinion and attending protests. Brothers and teammates on the wrestling team, Bobby and Gable Steveson have participated in peaceful protest, they said. Brevyn Spann-Ford, tight end on the football team, also posted about his participation in the protests.