DAILYKENN.com -- The man some consider the most visible traitor in recent memory has been honored by the National Educators Association (NEA).
Colin Kaepernick is a blackish former pro footballer made famous for refusing to stand during the National Anthem at the beginning of games.
Government schools can't be trusted to provide our children with a balanced and objective education.
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Colin Kaepernick was among a dozen honorees who received a human and civil rights award from the National Education Association.
Kaepernick was given the NEA's President's Award to recognize his work "to fight racial oppression through education and social justice activism" through the Know Your Rights Camp, a campaign that is fully funded by the footballer.
The youth camp aims "to raise awareness on higher education, self empowerment, and instruction to properly interact with law enforcement in various scenarios," according to its website.
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