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Super Bowl LV: One for the ages despite COVID, politics

By Joseph Stepansky and Steve Chaggaris
February 5, 2021

Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, political tension, and social justice protests, the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Bucaneers will go head-to-head at Super Bowl LV on February 7, 2021. 

Kenneth Shropshire speaks to Al Jazeera about the impact of the league's social justice initiatives following the murder of George Floyd and in the context of "one of the worst hiring seasons for African American coaches."

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