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Packers pledging $500,000 to support social justice and racial equality

The Green Bay Packers are coming out hard in the fight against racial inequality.

First, the team released a video, featuring players like Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams, calling for change.

But the team wasn't just talking.

Just a few hours later, President and CEO Mark Murphy released a lengthy statement, condemning systematic racism, and pledging to do more than just talk about a solution.

Murphy announced the team is donating $250,000 to groups that fight for social justice and racial equality. Murphy and his wife are donating another $250,000 to social justice groups.

Brad Hanson

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