Articles by Darius Boxley
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Darius Boxley is a guest contributor for the Campbell Law Observer and a third-year law student at Campbell University School of Law. He serves as President of the Sport Law Association and previously served as the Community Outreach Chairman for the Black Law Student Association. Originally from York, PA, Darius received his undergraduate degree from Robert Morris University, majoring in Sport Management, and minoring in legal studies. He currently interns with the EEOC doing work in Employment Discrimination. Darius hopes to work in professional sports with the goal of empowering athletes to work in front office and coaching positions post-retirement. In his free time, Darius loves playing the drums, shooting hoops, and relaxing with family.
As our country focuses on racial injustices throughout the United States, virtually no part of society is immune to racial inequality, including the NFL. Roger Goodell, commissioner of the NFL, released a statement in the wake of the many tragedies that have occurred around the United States and insisted that the NFL “was committed to continuing the important work to address these systemic issues.” Before the NFL can do anything in the community, they must address systemic issues in their own league. ...[Continue Reading]