'Diversity and inclusion' leaders complain that DJ at school event wore 'black face'—he was just African American

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Diversity, equity, and inclusion “experts” in Arizona falsely accused a black man of wearing blackface at a DJing event.

The experts, Jill Lassen of the Scotsdale Parents Council (SPC) and Stuart Rhoden of the Scottsdale Unified’s Equity and Inclusion Committee and the Scottsdale Human Relations Commission, attacked the Scottsdale Unified School District for the incident, writing letters of complaint after an appearance at a PTA event by DJ Kim Koko Hunter. They believed that Hunter was a white man dressed in blackface. He wasn’t.

The pair have apologized for their assertion, with Rhoden having initially doubled down on her allegation, accusing the DJ of wearing makeup to make himself appear darker on stage.

The school hired the DJ to entertain its crowd at its large April 9 fundraiser, drawing in over $300,000 for programs and services funds.

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