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Minnesota 'Teacher of the Year' kneels during anthem at college football championship: 'A very respectful protest

FOXNews.com Friday, 17 January 2020
Minnesota's top teacher who knelt during Monday night's college football championship game said it felt right "to have a very respectful protest." 
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