Minnesota Wild's Matt Dumba kneels during anthem after giving anti-racism speech
Saturday, 1 August 2020
Speaking in Edmonton before a playoff game, Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba said, " Racism is everywhere, and we need to fight against it."
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