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Why My High School Football Team Protested During the National Anthem

Editor's note: On September 23, the football team at Castlemont High School in Oakland, California, made headlines when San Francisco 49ers quarterback joined it in a pregame national-anthem protest for racial justice. Jadan Starks, a senior nose guard who helped spearhead the viral demonstration, talked to MoJo's Edwin Rios about how it came about and what Kaepernick's support has meant for him and his teammates.
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