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Celebrities Support Colin Kaepernick During Super Bowl LIII

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Celebrities Support Colin Kaepernick During Super Bowl LIII

Celebrities Support Colin Kaepernick During Super Bowl LIII

While millions of Americans tune in to watch Tom Brady and Jared Goff face off in Super Bowl LIII, some big names have shifted their attention to a player who won't be on the field.

In the past week, a number of celebrities have sent messages of support to former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who became famous for kneeling during the national anthem before games in protest of racial inequality.

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