Oklahoma NAACP calls for meeting with Warner officials days after 2 town employees resign, caught on tape using racial slurs
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OKLAHOMA CITY - State NAACP leaders are calling for a meeting with officials in an eastern Oklahoma town after two employees were recorded using racial slurs about Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

"This is appalling, true enough," said Anthony Douglas, Oklahoma State NAACP Conference President. "The reason to call for this meeting is we have city officials, employees of the city — not Joe Blow of the street just walking by. And, this tells me we have a serious problem in that city.”


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