SANTA CLARA -- Colin Kaepernick did not stand for a seventh national anthem, this time before a high-school football game in Sunnyvale on Friday.
According to one-time Raiders linebacker Kirk Morrison who attended the game involving Oakland’s Castlemont High, Kaepernick knelt while the players lay on their backs with raised arms.
The 49ers quarterback is protesting to shed light on racial inequality in the country, including the type of police shootings that this week have gripped Tulsa and Charlotte, N.C.
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Also in the Oakland area, a group called Courage Campaign said it plans to put up a billboard with Kaepernick and the word, 'Patriotism.' The group says the billboard will be visible to drivers exiting the Bay Bridge onto I-80 in Oakland.