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How taking a knee became a protest symbol

From the football field to the streets of cities around the U.S., this is how taking a knee became a political symbol.

06/03/2020 12:02 PM

4 comments

  • Osman M.
    06/03/2020 17:02

    Prophet muhammad(pease be upon him) O people,your lord is one and your father adam is one. There is no favor of an Arab over a foreigner, nor a foreigner over an Arab, and neither white skin over black skin, nor black skin over white skin, except by righteosness. Have I not delivered the message?" They said, "The Messenger of Allah has delivered the message." https://youtu.be/HAarpnDLkyk

  • Ivie O.
    06/03/2020 16:21

    Thank You KAP... You have been Vindicated. Even Your NFL Commissioner Said So.

  • Francis M.
    06/03/2020 15:27

    🧎⚖️🇺🇸

  • Coker V.
    06/03/2020 12:19

    I can’t breathe is because you are trying to breath in a land and a house not built for you, yes more will continue to cry I can’t breathe because that is not your home, your home is Africa, brothers and sisters please return to your home land which is Africa, if you thousand of dollars you will become millionaires here in Africa, you are only trying to take part of what doesn’t belong to you, America is not your homeland and will never be, stop trying to take possession of what is not yours, you can drive in Africa without been scared of police 👮‍♀️ shooting at you, Africa is a free land come back and take what is yours

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