North Carolina school board removes Proud Boys after board OKs resolution condemning racism

A North Carolina school board approved a resolution condemning white supremacist groups on Monday — shortly after members of the group were removed.

Raleigh’s News & Observer reported this.

“According to the school board resolution, Proud Boys members have spoken at school board meetings and shown up at Orange High School, including at the Sept. 24 football game, to protest the district’s COVID-19 policies,” the newspaper reported. “The resolution details emails from teachers and students who describe how unsafe they feel being around the Proud Boys. The comments include people charging that Proud Boys members shouted racist and homophobic slurs at students.”

video of the report from ABC 11 below.

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