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When Black Players At A Peewee Football Game Took A Knee For The National Anthem, Opposing Fans Called Them Racial Slurs, Coach Claims

When a few black players on a peewee football game took a knee for the national anthem, opposing fans in the mostly-white town used racial slurs against the kids, the coach claims. At one point, things were so tense that the police were called. As the Harrisburg Patriot-News reports, Woodward Hills coach Marcus Burkley, Sr.... Read more » When Black Players At A Peewee Football Game Took
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