Shawnee, OK (KAIT/KNWA) - A decision on the hardwood by the University of Arkansas women's basketball team has people across the state voicing their concerns.
According to NBC affiliate KNWA-TV, some players chose to kneel during the National Anthem before their game against Oklahoma Baptist Thursday night.
They participated in a movement that started with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to bring awareness of racial injustice.
The Lady Razorbacks coach, Jimmy Dykes, supported the move.
In a statement to KNWA-TV, Dykes said in part:
"They have strong, well-educated opinions, based on their real-life experiences. I'm very proud of them. I have their back, because we live in the land of the free and the home of the brave"
However, state lawmakers have voiced their opposition to the move.
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