A transit supervisor on a crowded train platform following Sunday’s Oakland Raiders football game rescued a man who fell onto the tracks seconds before a train pulled into the station. The heroic act was caught on station surveillance video. (Nov. 4)
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After a deluge of negative headlines about the treatment of NFL cheerleaders, we wanted to hear from the women who have actually done the job. In 2014, the Oakland Raiders settled a class action lawsuit alleging wage theft for $1.25 million.
This year, the New York Times has released myriad reports of alleged harassment and discrimination among the NFL cheerleading ranks, including a alarming account from a group of Washington Redskins cheerleaders who described a trip to Costa Rica where they were allegedly ordered to be “personal escorts” for a group of V.I.P. sponsors and fans at a local nightclub.
We talked to four former NFL cheerleaders about the recent headlines alleging discrimination, harassment, and lack of proper compensation. The women we talked to appear to have had overwhelmingly positive experiences during their time as cheerleaders, and they spoke candidly about the questions surrounding compensation, social media, and rules about interacting with players causing controversy throughout the league.
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