Taking A Knee

Gabe Kapler said he'll remain in the clubhouse for the anthem "until I feel better about the direction of our country."
The quarterback hasn't played an NFL game since the 2016 season, when he began taking a knee during the national anthem.
Anti-racism protesters have been ‘taking a knee’ in demonstrations across the world following the death of George Floyd. Foreign secretary Dominic Raab wrongly suggested in an interview that the act originated from the HBO television drama Game Of Thrones. So where does taking a knee come from?
After a day of excluding photos of protesting athletes, the IOC said in a statement that it will include them from now on.
A man announcing a high school playoff game was angry when players from one of the teams kneeled during the national anthem.
Yankees, Nationals, Giants and Dodgers players and staff knelt before the national anthem at season openers to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Lt. Robert Cattani said his decision to kneel “goes against every principle and value I stand for.”
The commissioner is backtracking from the football league's original stance that players should not be allowed to peacefully protest during the national anthem.
Protests over the discipline led to the resignation of Kennesaw State University's president and a settlement for student Tommia Dean.
The quarterback shared a video from his impromptu workout on Nov. 16 amid disagreements with the NFL over its original arrangement.