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Chris Long, No. 56 Of Philadelphia Eagles: First White Football Player To Join Protest Movement Gets 21K Likes

A special gesture happened when the Buffalo Bills went up against the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday, August 17. As seen in the above photo, Malcolm Jenkins wears No. 27 of the Philadelphia Eagles, and he held his fist in the air in what is known as either a “Black Power” salute or a show of solidarity with Colin Kaepernick’s movement to bring attention to police brutality and other civil rights issues.
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