Black GOP Gubernatorial Candidate in Michigan Promises to Cancel BHM

  A black GOP gubernatorial candidate in the state of Michigan has put his campaign on the map via a controversial stance on Black History Month. Austin Chenge, an Army vet tweeted on Monday that if he’s elected to office he will do away with Black History Month in his state. Chenge said that the monthlong celebration and commemoration of black historical contributions to the US and world history is “unfair” and potentially illegal. “I will cancel #BlackHistoryMonth in #Michigan,” read Chenge’s tweet. “It’s offensive, unfair, maybe illegal… Americans from…

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