Georgia Mayor Accused of Saying City Is ‘Not Ready’ for Black Leadership

Maria Perez
May 10, 2019 - 5:00

The mayor of a Georgia town is being asked to resign after she was accused of saying that the town is not ready for a Black administrator. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution first reported that Hoschton Mayor Theresa Kenerly allegedly told a city council member that she would not consider Councilman Keith Henry as one of the four finalists for a city administrator position “because he is Black, and the city isn’t ready for this.” -->

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