I'm compelled to assume that the NASCAR circuit is ostensibly happy to announce that a settlement has been reached in the $225 million racial discrimination claim by an African American NASCAR component.
This is great news, in light of the circuit's peculiar and exclusionary history toward the Black Community. And in light of Obama's recent election, it is great to see Black Americans "taking a stand" to protect their Equal Employment Opportunity Rights.
Although NASCAR's Chairman Brian France remained combative and in-denial toward facts of White racism in the case, it was still great to see him ensure that entity took a positive role in American society's juristic processes at work. As this is a Pop Culture victory, as well as a Title 7 legislative victory, and on behalf of the sports world this time!
There are great, American entities which are (diligently) primed to purge the effects of White's powerful Racism in social, political, and economic dilemmas for centuries. Therefore, I feel that this settlement highlights how NASCAR has decided to be on the correct side of that equation.
Happy Holidays folks, and especially to Mauricia Grant...who will likely $pend it very well!