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If You're Mad About Kaepernick And Silent About Cop Killings, Do Better

At least two black men have been fatally shot by police since Friday and this fact alone should be enough to draw considerable outrage from most American citizens. But, sadly, some Americans have been noticeably silent. Chief among them are the critics who condemned Colin Kaepernick’s peaceful protest of the national anthem in early September, which he said he did in response to America’s systemic oppression of black people and the constant killings of black men and women at the hands of police.
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If You're Mad About Kaepernick And Silent About Cop Killings, Do Better

Ethnicity & Race / African American : Huffington Post Voices News

At least two black men have been fatally shot by police since Friday and this fact alone should be enough to draw considerable outrage from most American citizens. But, sadly, some Americans have been noticeably silent. Chief among ...

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