The Coalition for Justice is planning a protest at AT&T stadium before Sunday night's Cowboys, Eagles game in Arlington.

A flyer is circulating on social media and a Facebook event says the purpose for this movement is to stand in support of the NFL players who are choosing to kneel during the national anthem.

"We stand firm and boldly fill in the gap and kneel for those NFL players who have been silenced by the NFL and the NFL team owners (specifically Jerry Jones, Owner of the Dallas Cowboys) and are unable to do so," the Facebook event says.

Participants are asked to wear all black and kneel in solidarity when the national anthem plays to stand "with NFL players who courageously are willing to take a knee on behalf of the community and protest against police brutality and injustice."

The event will start at Friendship Baptist Church in Dallas at 3 p.m. and busses will take participants to AT&T stadium.