(FOX NEWS) It’s not “Black Lives Matter” or “All Lives Matter,” but Colin Kaepernick appears to have a new slogan for his protest movement: “Everything you do matters.”
That’s the message the San Francisco 49ers quarterback delivered to Oakland’s Castlemont High School football team, who protested the playing of the National Anthem on Saturday by lying on the sidelines with their hands in the air, Fox Sports reported. Kaepernick took a knee, as he’s been doing before his team’s NFL games, next to the Castlemont players.
“You are important. You make a difference. This matters,” Kaepernick told the team during a pre-game speech. “Everything you do matters.
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