페이지 정보작성자 악동팀 작성일20-06-07 00:18 조회55회 댓글0건
eling during the national anthem isn?셳 disrespectful. It?셲 a protest with its origin in religion. In 1960, a small group of Atlanta students came up with what would become 롤듀오 known as kneeling. At the time, most churches in the Deep South were strictly segregated, with closed-door policies barring black Americans from worshiping with white congregations. Seeing this as an insult to both racial justice and Christian brotherhood, every time the students were rejected from the churches, they would kneel and pray in front of the church as part of their non-violence protest. Kneeling showed their humbleness and their love for the church rather than aggression and hatred. They were not demanding for legal changes, but 롤듀오 rather begging the churches to see that segregation was not-so-Christian. Over time, most churches abandoned official policies of racial exclusion and almost 60 years later to this day, many people still protest by kneeling. Kaepernick too, chose to kneel not out of irreverence toward servicemen or hatred of country, but out of love for his own country. Kneeling is a patient, peaceful, and almost religious protest. Therefore, kneeling is one of the sincere expressions of patriotism that results from love, not disrespect.Surely, Kaepernick could have chosen a different approach, but would it really have brought a result any less controversial? There are always those who are willing to chide others, and considering his celebrity status, it 롤듀오 is with uncertainty whether things would have turned out any different. At least with Kaepernick, he effectively used his status to raise awareness of the issue. It generated conversation among those who were previously indifferent about the issue in terms of police brutality. Instead of blaming and gossiping about a celebrity who has put his career on the line for the betterment of society, wo
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