“I do not want people to just think we are taking the knee because Black Lives Matter, that is the tradition and that is the norm. It has to have some substance, it has to have some meaning behind it,” added Holder before saying that they could improve it in a number of ways.
“Maybe, that is something we can do as a group. Maybe a video collage and a video message, just to reiterate what the movement stands for and what it is all about,” he told espncricinfo.com.
Opponents Proteas, who have in the past chosen to wear black armbands and raising fists — black power salute — instead of taking the knee, have said that they are leaving it to individuals to decide on what they want to do as a gesture.
“We had a meeting with West Indies cricket yesterday — myself, Kraigg Braithwaite and the two team managers. Ultimately, what happened is that we approached them to give them our version of going forward with regards to their campaign and us supporting the campaign. We have given the…