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Obama Continues to Support Colin Kaepernick’s and Other NFL Players’ Protests

This writer already knows that when President Barack Obama leaves office, I’m going to have to take a week off from work just to get my nerves together. During a CNN town hall, which aired Wednesday, the president was asked his position on NFL players protesting police violence in the black community during the national […]
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