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"Once again, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick knelt as the national anthem played before his team took on the Dallas Cowboys in Santa Clara, California, Sunday — but it was a pre-game moment across the country that's now making headlines. An image tweeted out Sunday shows a...", www.theblaze.com
"The growing number of protests around the country involving athletes led Kentucky Coach John Calipari to counsel his players. He advised players to make sure they know what they’re doing before getting involved. Calipari also said he has witnessed instances of racial injustice.", www.kentucky.com
"Hillary Clinton won the presidential debate because Donald Trump is a bad man who is bad at most things. But acknowledging that the two-party system dominates American politics doesn’t mean you have to buy into moral relativism. Colin Kaepernick watched the debate and despaired at both choices.", deadspin.com
"San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is on a mission to make this country face the reality of racist police violence, one anthem protest at a time. That is his quest. His mission is not to make sure that Hillary Clinton becomes president.", www.thenation.com
"The discussion about Colin Kaepernick's decision to not stand for the national anthem has now reached the highest office in the land. President Barack Obama said during the G20 Summit in China that he supports the 49ers quarterback's right to free speech.", profootballtalk.nbcsports.com
"President Barack Obama said San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision not to stand for the U.S. national anthem before games is both his constitutional right to exercise as well as a stinging symbol to military members and veterans.", www.bloomberg.com
"President Barack Obama says the NFL quarterback who is refusing to stand for the national anthem is the latest in a long line of professional athletes who have exercised their constitutional right to make a statement about social issues. Obama said he has no doubt that the San Francisco 49ers player is sincere and 'cares about some real, legitimate issues.' Obama notes at his news conference before leaving China that he will be the first U.S. president to visit the southeast Asian country. The president says he hopes to make progress in accounting for missing U.S. servicemen from the Vietnam war.", www.sfchronicle.com
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