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  • School board member apologizes for sharing meme about slaves, Nazis and Democrats

    Paul Bailey, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board member and candidate for mayor of Matthews, opened Tuesday’s board meeting by apologizing for a Facebook post that made light of racial clashes that have torn the nation.

Paul Bailey, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board member and candidate for mayor of Matthews, opened Tuesday’s board meeting by apologizing for a Facebook post that made light of racial clashes that have torn the nation.
Paul Bailey, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board member and candidate for mayor of Matthews, opened Tuesday’s board meeting by apologizing for a Facebook post that made light of racial clashes that have torn the nation.

CMS board member apologizes for sharing meme about slaves, Nazis and Democrats

August 22, 2017 9:14 PM