Black Woman Named Senior Adviser To NFL’s Domestic Violence Panel
With a reported 66 percent of NFL players being Black, it was shocking that the NFL’s specially created advisory board to address domestic violence within the league (following recent national attention) did not originally include a single African American. Black people should not only be the topic of this important conversation, but should also help to shape it. The NFL has since amended their original panel with the addition of two experts of color, one being esteemed scholar Beth Richie, director of the Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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As a senior adviser, Richie joins the panel which was created to develop the NFL’s domestic violence and sexual assault educational and service programs as well as help the league revise their personal conduct policy.