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I'm a white country singer who loves America. And I took a knee.
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After she sang the national anthem at the Titans-Seahawks NFL game on September 24, Meghan Linsey took a knee with her guitarist Tyler Cain. "It needs to be white Americans who stand up in solidarity and say this isn't right," she says.
After she sang the national anthem at the Titans-Seahawks NFL game on September 24, Meghan Linsey took a knee with her guitarist Tyler Cain. "It needs to be white Americans who stand up in solidarity and say this isn't right," she says.
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