Did The Country Music Association Go Racist?

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The Country Music Association changed its race criteria for its “Diversity & Inclusion” fellowship, per a report from the Daily Caller.

The fellowship will no longer consider race as an eligibility factor. The fellowship was originally “designed to provide collegiate BIPOC [read: people of color] students with an immersive experience in the Country Music industry.” The paragraph was later changed to clarify the program is open to all students.

Let’s be honest, no matter whether they say it’s open to all people, a diversity and inclusion fellowship isn’t going to go to a white person.

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