Official refuses to call black woman ‘doctor’, though she corrected him
A zoning commissioner from Greensboro, North Carolina, who refused to use the correct title of a woman when addressing her in a Zoom meeting has been removed from the zoning commission by city council. In a video of the meeting with city officials, Tony Collins kept referring to Dr. Carrie Rosario as “Ms. Rosario,” despite Rosario correcting him multiple times. Rosario, an associate professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, spoke about the exchange with Inside Edition.
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