Protesting police brutality: Why one all-black high school football team is taking the knee during the national anthem
In a county just outside of Washington, a small all-black high school football team has started kneeling during the national anthem at their games. They say they are protesting against police brutality — both what they see on social media and what they've faced in their lives.
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