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Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey apologizes for appearing in racist sketch while in college in 1960s

USATODAY.com Thursday, 29 August 2019
In a 1960s radio interview, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey's then-fiancee said Ivey wore blackface in a college sketch. Ivey apologized in a statement Thursday.
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News video: Governor Kay Ivey Apologizes for Racist Skit While at Auburn

Governor Kay Ivey Apologizes for Racist Skit While at Auburn

Governor Kay Ivey Apologizes for Racist Skit While at Auburn

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