Summary: Unfortunately, it is often black athletes that are taken advantage of the most. Giving athletes bargaining power to change the status quo would solve this problem.
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About "Don't Drop the Ball"
Andrew Welton prepared this release.
The NCAA preserves a harmful and racist system that takes advantage of student athletes. Currently, athletes struggle with their own rights with regard to their education and compensation. Athletes are not allowed to be paid; yet big-time schools as well as the NCAA generate billions in revenue from the performance of these student athletes. Unfortunately, it is often black athletes that are taken advantage of the most. Giving athletes bargaining power to change the status quo would solve this problem.
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