Anthem singer Jordin Sparks has 'Proverbs 31:8-9' on hand for Cowboys vs. Cardinals
The singer sent a message with a verse of scripture on Monday night
Throughout theon the field -- -- during the national anthem before games. There were while performing.
Jordin Sparks did not take a knee, but she did participate in a peaceful and silent demonstration by writing a Bible verse on her hand before the Cowboys-Cardinals game on Monday night.
Specifically, Sparks wrote "Proverbs 31:8-9" on her left hand, which was shown while she was singing the national anthem.
8 Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves,
for the rights of all who are destitute.
9 Speak up and judge fairly;
defend the rights of the poor and needy.
There is an idea that NFL players are protesting the divisive words of the president, who said. The reality is the demonstrations from these NFL players are about inequality and injustice in America in 2017.
NFL games have been refreshing in terms of seeing a display of unity from people who represent very different backgrounds. On Monday night, before Sparks sang, with the members of his team. Cardinals president Michael Bidwell also linked arms with his team, as did the front office and coaching staffs from both teams.
It echoed a display from the weekend and it continued to carry a positive message from the league as a whole.
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