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Colin Kaepernick To Have Exhibit At National Museum of African American History & Culture

Less than a month away from actual meaningful football being played in cities around the Nation and Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned and possibly blackballed from the league because of his National Anthem protest. Despite his current situation, the free agent quarterback and his efforts to fight against social injustice won’t go unrewarded as the QB will […]
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