The president of the Houston County Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) wants a councilman in Georgia to resign after he made allegedly racial remarks to a fellow council member.
At a recent Warner Robins City Council meeting, John Williams told Daron Lee that he should be working in a cotton field. Williams is white and Lee is black.
During the exchange, Lee explained that he was growing impatient with the way he was being treated. Lee claimed that Williams referred to him as “boy” two weeks ago, reported WMAZ.
“I was disrespected last Monday,” he said. “I’m getting about tired of y’all talking to me any kind of way. I’m sorry, I’m not in the cotton field. OK?”
“You should be,” Williams shot back.
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