DuPont Manual High School journalism teacher James Miller, who brought students to a Constitution Day event Wednesday at the University of Kentucky, denounced racist remarks made at the event by U.S. Senate write-in candidate Robert Ransdell. "I apologize that you were subjected to that at an official school event," he told students.
DuPont Manual High School journalism teacher James Miller, who brought students to a Constitution Day event Wednesday at the University of Kentucky, denounced racist remarks made at the event by U.S. Senate write-in candidate Robert Ransdell. "I apologize that you were subjected to that at an official school event," he told students. Photo provided
DuPont Manual High School journalism teacher James Miller, who brought students to a Constitution Day event Wednesday at the University of Kentucky, denounced racist remarks made at the event by U.S. Senate write-in candidate Robert Ransdell. "I apologize that you were subjected to that at an official school event," he told students. Photo provided

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