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NYC Councilman Andy King
Changing Perceptions!

Progressive Caucus Members in Support of Chancellor Carranza's Equaity Agenda

On Facebook, Councilman Andy King made the following comments: "I believe that Chancellor Carranza is making an effort to address the systemic racism and implicit bias that we all have to accept exists in our society and in this city, homne of the most segregated school system in the nation. I support his efforts. I have to call out my seven colleagues and the New York Post who seem to accept the status quo and wish to denounce this Chancellor. You're wrong on this one. King stated that if the system were working, the Chancellor would not have needed to have made these efforts that his detractors have assailed.  

Bronx Council Member Andy King, former Chair of the Black, Latino and Asian Caucus of the New York City Council joined colleagues Council Members Barron, Gibson, Adams, Rosenthal, Rodriguez, Miller, Reynoso, Dromm, Cumbo, Cornegy, and a diverse coalition of advocates and others on the steps of City Hall to express support to Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, who was the subject of a New York Post article and letter from seven Council Members who denounced his efforts at addressing systemic racism and implicit bias in the wake of a lawsuit by three white educators.

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NYC Councilman Andy King

Changing Perceptions

On Facebook, Councilman Andy King made the following comments: "I believe that Chancellor Carranza is making an effort to address the systemic racism and implicit bias that we all have to accept exists in our society and in this city, homne of the most segregated school system in the nation. I support his efforts. I have to call out my seven colleagues and the New York Post who seem to accept the status quo and wish to denounce this Chancellor. You're wrong on this one. King stated that if the system were working, the Chancellor would not have needed to have made these efforts that his detractors have assailed.

Bronx Council Member Andy King, former Chair of the Black, Latino and Asian Caucus of the New York City Council joined colleagues Council Members Barron, Gibson, Adams, Rosenthal, Rodriguez, Miller, Reynoso, Dromm, Cumbo, Cornegy, and a diverse coalition of advocates and others on the steps of City Hall to express support to Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, who was the subject of a New York Post article and letter from seven Council Members who denounced his efforts at addressing systemic racism and implicit bias in the wake of a lawsuit by three white educators.