Dallas-area football teams, players take a knee during national anthem in protest

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Photo courtesy Selby Lopez/Dallas Morning News

GARLAND, Texas — A number of Dallas-area varsity football teams took the field for the first time since last Sunday’s NFL anthem protests and took advantage of the opportunity to make their own statement of protest.

As reported by the Dallas Morning News, two full teams from the Dallas Independent School District took a knee during the national anthem before their Friday night football games while a number of players at other area high schools also either took a knee or linked arms in a statement of unity defending their right to protest.

Read the rest of the Dallas Morning News report here.

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