Law and Legal: Johnson & Johnson is Attempting to Not Pay Out Verdicts to Black Women

Juandolyn Stokes of On Point with Juandolyn Stokes and CK Hoffler of Law and Legal  and Attorney Navan Ward of the Johnson & Johnson lawsuits discuss Johnson & Johnson is attempting to circumvent paying out verdicts to Black Women.
Juandolyn Stokes of On Point with Juandolyn Stokes and CK Hoffler of Law and Legal and Attorney Navan Ward of the Johnson & Johnson lawsuits discuss Johnson & Johnson is attempting to circumvent paying out verdicts to Black Women.
Juandolyn Stokes of On Point with Juandolyn Stokes and CK Hoffler of Law and Legal and Attorney Navan Ward of the Johnson & Johnson lawsuits discuss Johnson & Johnson is attempting to circumvent paying out verdicts to Black Women. Photo credit Getty Images

OPWJS Law and Legal with CK Hoffler, Juandolyn and Attorney Navan Ward of the Johnson & Johnson lawsuits. The trio talks about Johnson & Johnson is attempting to circumvent paying out verdicts to Black Women who got ovarian cancer from using their toxic talcum powder as far back at the 90s.

Johnson & Johnson documents show they specifically targeted Black women highlighting their obstacles and opportunities by doing so. They continue with saying Black women are least likely to develop ovarian cancer without using Johnson & Johnson talcum powder and at greatest risk for developing ovarian cancer when using talcum powder. The trio discuss the use of Johnson & Johnson baby powder is specific to the Black female culture as it related to hygiene.

They talk about Johnson & Johnson has paid verdicts as high as $20 billion. Johnson & Johnson has already made billions on their COVID vaccine and yet are seeking bankruptcy protection to avoid paying verdicts to Black women. In addition to Black women being targeted, Hispanic women were also targeted as disclosed in Johnson & Johnson documents.

Listen to the full interview below.

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