Man wins lawsuit over being fired for ‘diversity’

Ex-Novant exec wins $10 million ‘reverse discrimination’ lawsuit


A former top executive in a North Carolina-based healthcare system who claimed in a lawsuit that he lost his job because he is a white male was awarded $10 million by a federal jury on Tuesday.

In his 2019 lawsuit, David Duvall said he lost his job as senior vice president of marketing and communication at Novant Health due to efforts to diversify top leadership positions, news outlets reported. The jury said Novant Health failed to prove that it would have dismissed Duvall regardless of his race. more here

10 Comments on Man wins lawsuit over being fired for ‘diversity’

  1. I’m certain he plans to share his windfall with those of us who actually provided healthcare services ethically but quit because of ‘reverse’ racism and sexism, and abject looting by insurers and pirates from banking and government.

    haha I made myself laugh typing that.

    PS $10 million settlement didn’t take into account his losses being fired pre-Covid. His financial losses should be much higher.

  2. It’s not ‘reverse discrimination’, it’s just discrimination. Adding ‘reverse’ to the front of it implies that it is a response to discrimination practiced by the victim, towards the bigot. It tends to legitimize itself.

    Bah. I get so tired of untangling leftist doublespeak when I read the news. It’s almost as though their intent is to wear us down.

  3. “He said he was replaced by two women, one Black and one white.”

    Let’s see, now why would they have to hire a black woman AND a white woman? Why not just the black woman? I have a theory, but I better not say.

  4. “Novant Health says on its website that it employs more than 35,000 workers and has more than 2,300 physicians at nearly 800 locations in three states.”

    And? So? This applies HOW to the subject of a white male (presumably cisgender heteronormative – GASP!) being fired for “diversity”?

    I say, “GOOD”. As I learned long ago, two ways to grab someone’s attention: time and wallet


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