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Black Miami Lawyer Apologizes To Governor Desantis For Calling Him “Racist”

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Miami’s Black Affairs Advisory Board has apologized for one of its member’s comments toward Governor Ron Desantis.
The advisory board says the comment didn’t reflect the views of the entire group, and that it’s nothing wrong to say you are “sorry”.
The Miami Herald, reports that no one from the advisory board objected after board member Stephen Hunter Johnson, a Miami lawyer, said, “Our governor is racist,” during a meeting last week.
Governor Desantis went on record saying that the course, Advance Placement African American Studies, lacks educational value, therefore it’s been banned from being taught in classrooms.