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Jaguars' Shad Khan Details Racist Encounters in Essay After George Floyd Killing

As the United States continues to feel the aftermath of George Floyd's killing, Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan detailed how he has been the victim of racism and prejudice.

In an op-ed on the Jaguars' official site, Khan wrote he traveled from Pakistan to the U.S. in 1967 "with $500 in my pocket and faith in the American Dream." While he said he's "proud" to be an American citizen, he still wants to see change:

"I won't claim to know what it means to be a young African American today, but I can speak honestly and painfully to my own experiences as a person of color for the past 53 years in this country.