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POLL: Should Mayor Johnny Dupree rebuke the racially insensitive statements made against our white council members?

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Mayor Johnny Dupree Hattiesburg Mississippi Racism PollRacism paid for by taxpayers. Well if the comments made by attorney Glenda Funchess weren’t bad enough, the Hattiesburg Patriot has discovered that she is employed by the Mississippi Center For Legal Services a group funded by TAXPAYERS! So taxpayers are paying for the insults.

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Glenda Funchess calling our government “Plantation Style”

NAACP president Clarence McGee making racially insensitive and hurtful statements on the City Hall steps.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. So just because there is a majority of an African-American population, leadership should now be based on the color of someone's skin instead of someone's character? Is it THAT important?

  2. So just because there is a majority of an African-American population, leadership should now be based on the color of someone’s skin instead of someone’s character? Is it THAT important?

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