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Activist, civil rights attorney react to lawsuit claiming NFL discriminates against former Black players – INJURY ATTORNEY

Activist, civil rights attorney react to lawsuit claiming NFL discriminates against former Black players

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Activist and civil rights attorney respond to lawsuit alleging the NFL discriminates against former black players

Updated: 11:14 PM EST February 3, 2021

Pittsburgh activist Jasiri X applauded Kevin Henry and Najeh Davenport, two former Steelers players who sued the National Football League. The 25-page lawsuit alleges that the league’s concussion program protocols, including a practice called “race-norming,” discriminate against black players. It is alleged that the protocols make them less likely to qualify for compensation. Personal Injury and Civil Rights attorney Todd Hollis spoke to Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 through Zoom about the legal implications of these protocols. “Any time this breed is used as a discriminator, I think it violates that person’s civil rights,” he said. “The moral or human effects are worse.” The lawsuit states: “This court should intervene to end the practice of racial standardization to the detriment of ex-black players.” Jasiri X said based on the billions of dollars the league brings in, equal compensation is the least they can offer. The fact that they have to fight to get anything they even deserve is sad to see, ”he said.

Pittsburgh activist Jasiri X applauded Kevin Henry and Najeh Davenport, two former Steelers players who sued the National Football League.

The 25-page lawsuit alleges that the league’s concussion program protocols, including a practice called “race-norming,” discriminate against black players. It is alleged that the protocols make them less likely to qualify for compensation.

Personal Injury and Civil Rights attorney Todd Hollis spoke to Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 through Zoom about the legal implications of these protocols.

“Any time this breed is used as a discriminator, I think it violates that person’s civil rights,” he said. “The moral or human effects are worse.”

The lawsuit states: “This court should intervene to end the practice of racial standardization to the detriment of ex-black players.”

Jasiri X said based on the billions of dollars the league brings in, equal compensation is the least they can offer.

“The fact that they have to fight to get anything they even deserve is sad to see,” he said.

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