Protesting the National Anthem Is Less Popular Than Believed — Especially Among Non-Whites

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Beginning with the the kneeling protests first popularized in 2016 by the NFL’s Colin Kaepernick, national anthem protests at sporting events have become one of the most visible and controversial flash points in America’s ongoing period of racial reckoning. Last Saturday, Olympic hammer thrower Gwen Berry renewed the controversy when she turned her back…

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