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Iowa Cheerleader Quits Team After School Says Students Cannot Kneel During Anthem

A Buena Vista University cheerleader resigned from her squad last week, after the school instituted a new policy mandating that players and cheerleaders stand during the national anthem.

Sophomore Alyssa Parker, who had been on both the football and basketball cheer teams since her freshman year, was one of nine cheerleaders who knelt during the national anthem during a Sept. 30 game.

Part of the Buena Vista cheer team, including Alyssa Parker, kneels during game on Sept. 30, 2017 against Luther College at J. Leslie Rollins Stadium in Storm Lake, Iowa, on Sept. 30 (KCCI Screenshot)

The multi-racial group of cheerleaders joined several football players in taking a knee, mirroring the silent protest began by quarterback Colin Kaepernick during the 2016 NFL season to protest injustice and police brutality in America.

The Sioux City Journal reports that Dr. Joshua Merchant, president of Buena Vista University, initiated meetings with players and cheerleaders in the week that followed the initial protest but ultimately decided to change the school’s official policy as it relates to action during the playing of the “Star Spangled Banner.”

The new policy, instated in October, requires that “student athletes and cheerleaders will stand for the national anthem as a unified team. However, student athletes and cheerleaders will be allowed to kneel before the anthem if they choose.”

 President Merchant declined comment in the case, but may want to prepare for a lawsuit. Other African American students who are being penalized for expressing their constitutional right to protest are bringing lawsuits against their schools and school districts.

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