Lauren Greenfield talks to Darryl Wilson, Magdalena Eriksson on their protest during the national anthem

Two prominent Boston College basketball players — men’s basketball captain and leading scorer Darryl Wilson and leading defender and blocker Magdalena Eriksson — are taking a knee before games.

In light of Friday’s mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, Lifestyle Studio hosts Darryl Wilson and Magdalena Eriksson on the latest on the protest.

Did Darryl Wilson consider not taking a knee to honor the victims?

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Lifestyle Studio’s Jess Carter and Senior Editor Magdalena Eriksson joined Lauren Greenfield on the most recent episode of “Living Life” with Lauren Greenfield to discuss the controversy surrounding players taking a knee during the national anthem.

Lauren visited a gymnasium at Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., to connect with people around the country for a one-hour conversation about the enduring power of social media and its influence on the nation.

Lauren organized the event to explore the recent actions of a handful of activists who have encouraged their followers to engage in acts of political protest.

In this episode of Living Life, Lauren introduces Lauren Greenfield to Boston College basketball player Magdalena Eriksson and Darryl Wilson of the Boston College men’s basketball team.

Lauren travels to the West Coast to give a report on the most recent arrest involving NBA All-Star Blake Griffin. Lauren visits the Los Angeles City Jail to speak with a sheriff, released prisoners and people of faith.

Ethan Hawke, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Megan Rogness, John Perry Barlow, Ben Witherington, Jr., Ty Hamza and R. J. Lamont all join Lauren for the show.

“Living Life” airs at 8 p.m. Eastern.

Also this week, Lauren discusses whether a new policy at Clemson University that would require pro wrestling t-shirts be worn at games will change student behavior on the sports field.

The latest episode will air at 8 p.m. Eastern.

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