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Colin Kaepernick visits Ghana on July 4th to affirm his African heritage

It doesn’t look as if Colin Kaepernick will be receiving a call from an NFL team anytime soon. In the meantime, the former 49ers quarterback went “home.”

Football’s most controversial free-agent quarterback recently connected with what he termed his “ancestral roots” by traveling to Ghana. He posted video to social media of his trip, which included visiting local villages, former slave-trading sites and a hospital.  Read more.

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