One of the six girls who was suspended from her Arizona high school for spelling out the N-word with their shirts after being part of a larger senior class photo has publicly apologized:
“I have come here to say that I am incredibly, incredibly sorry,” she said according to AZ Family. “I have love for everyone in my heart. I am not a racist and I’m asking everyone for forgiveness.”
The girls also explained that they took the picture because one of the girl’s boyfriends is black, and that was who the picture was intended for. Well, that makes everything just fine and non-racisty then!
Team Blackness also discussed the Houston grand jury who indicted the videographer behind the fake Planned Parenthood videos, the Delaware House apologizes for slavery, and Obama bans solitary confinement for juveniles in federal prisons.