Ex-Hospital Executive Wins $10 Million in Discrimination Lawsuit-US News | The Epoch Times

A former North Carolina hospital executive who said he was fired from his job because he’s a white male was awarded $10 million in a discrimination lawsuit Tuesday. A federal jury in Charlotte decided that Novant Health, which is a hospital system based in North Carolina and serves four states, has to pay David Duvall, its former senior vice president of marketing and communications, $10 million in damages. In his lawsuit filed in 2019, Duvall said he was terminated from his job in 2018 due to Novant Health’s diversity efforts, saying he was replaced by a black woman and a white woman. Novant, his lawyers said, violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, which prohibits gender and race discrimination in the workplace. “Defendant’s [Novant Health’s] termination of [Duvall] for the purpose of improving diversity constituted discrimination based on sex and race,” his lawsuit said. Members of the jury agreed with arguments …

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