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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A new exhibit is open in Old City in support of Colin Kaepernick’s sideline protest of taking a knee for the national anthem.

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The exhibit at the Arch Enemy Arts Gallery is called “Take A Knee Pad.”

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It features 28 knee pads that were designed by more than two dozen artists.

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The director of the gallery says he wants to show support for protesters who are speaking up about police brutality against the black community.