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NC school board member Dennis Rape refuses to resign after allegedly dropping the N-word at meeting

Tensions are boiling over at the Union County Board of Education in North Carolina this week after a board member named Dennis Rape allegedly made disparaging comments about black people behind closed doors. Local news station Fox 46 Charlotte reports that his fellow board members confronted Rape...
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