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  • These NFL players protested the national anthem in Week 1

    Colin Kaepernick started the movement to sit out the national anthem last year as a way to protest racism and inequality. For their first games this season, several more NFL players followed his lead.

Colin Kaepernick started the movement to sit out the national anthem last year as a way to protest racism and inequality. For their first games this season, several more NFL players followed his lead. Neil Nakahodo and Jeneé Osterheldt The Kansas City Star
Colin Kaepernick started the movement to sit out the national anthem last year as a way to protest racism and inequality. For their first games this season, several more NFL players followed his lead. Neil Nakahodo and Jeneé Osterheldt The Kansas City Star

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