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Josh Allen and son participate in Jacksonville Black Lives Matter march

This morning, members of the Jacksonville Jaguars led a march to raise awareness for racial injustice, and one of the figures at the front and center was Josh Allen.

The former Kentucky Wildcat, holding his son Wesley, walked from TIAA Bank Field to the Jacksonville Police Department alongside his teammates, coaches, and Jaguars fans wearing a “Black Lives Matter” t-shirt:

You can see more footage of the march, including speeches from players, staff, and policemen, below.

 

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4 Comments for Josh Allen and son participate in Jacksonville Black Lives Matter march



  1. rlee7932
    1:18 pm June 5, 2020 Permalink

    Oh I cant wait for all the outrage from “so called” UK fans. I expect some like Pro-Fascist Chris to accuse him of become a member of antifa



    • chris43
      2:01 pm June 5, 2020 Permalink

      Peacefully protesting…nothing wrong with that and citizens have a right to do so.
      Riots and looting…different story as they belong in jail. But why aren’t they raising [email protected] over David Dorn. Did his life not matter?



  2. Mc12
    1:54 pm June 5, 2020 Permalink

    I think black lives matter but I don’t agree with some elements of the black lives matter movement so I won’t use a hashtag connected to the movement. Instead, I’ll just keep living my life and treating everyone the same.



  3. UKfanman01
    4:05 pm June 5, 2020 Permalink

    Hopefully he didnt terrorize people like the hate filled group that I ran into in Va Beach