Watch: The ‘Black National Anthem’ Gets Almost Non-Existent Applause from Super Bowl Audience

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The “Black National Anthem” — “Lift Every Voice and Sing” — was played yet again during Super Bowl LVIII, as it has been before during the last few Super Bowls.

One big difference between this year’s edition and years past, however?

This year, the “Black National Anthem” didn’t get much applause.

In fact, the massive crowd in attendance at the biggest football game of the year didn’t react much at all.

After the singer, Andra Day, finished singing, the above clip panned to a shot of fans in the stands.

Some are applauding for sure. But they aren’t very loud.

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