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sheshe2

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Sun Oct 23, 2016, 02:12 AM Oct 2016

Singer Reveals ‘Black Lives Matter’ Shirt, Kneels During National Anthem [View all]

The Miami Heat didn’t know that Denasia Lawrence would protest during her big moment.



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Denasia Lawrence sings the national anthem before an NBA preseason basketball game between the Miami Heat and the Philadelphia 76ers, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, in Miami. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)



A singer knelt while performing the national anthem at a Miami Heat basketball game on Friday and opened her jacket to reveal a shirt that read “Black Lives Matter,” a variation on a protest that has punctuated many U.S. sporting events since the summer.

More: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/singer-protests-by-kneeling-during-national-anthem-at-nba-game_us_580bb9d5e4b000d0b1571800?section=

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I know that few will read this, that is on you. I had to post it anyway. Thank you Denasia. BLM.

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Thank you Denasia Lawrence. lovemydog Oct 2016 #1
Thank you lovemydog. sheshe2 Oct 2016 #2
I guess only the Cubs make the front page 10 times. sheshe2 Oct 2016 #3
Bravo! K&R mwrguy Oct 2016 #4
excellent heaven05 Oct 2016 #6
Well, it may not have been written with.. sheshe2 Oct 2016 #7
i'll be looking heaven05 Oct 2016 #8
not the best recording, sheshe2 Oct 2016 #9
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