US National Guard members take the knee with protesters after Keke Palmer speech

Members of the National Guard to take the knee after a passionate speech by actress Keke Palmer on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.

Officers from the 18th Cavalry refused to march alongside protesters but agreed to kneel.

There was also solidarity shown for protesters in Minnesota, where Lt. Col. Sam Andrews called for peaceful action and hugged protesters.

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