WARNING: Video contains racial epithet and strong language. East St. Louis Township Supervisor Alvin Parks was upset his colleagues on the township board wanted to hire five full-time workers and one part-time worker without identifying the funding. He used the N-word to describe how they conducted business. He later apologized. Provided
WARNING: Video contains racial epithet and strong language. East St. Louis Township Supervisor Alvin Parks was upset his colleagues on the township board wanted to hire five full-time workers and one part-time worker without identifying the funding. He used the N-word to describe how they conducted business. He later apologized. Provided

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Angry Alvin Parks uses racial slur during public meeting over hiring defeat

July 31, 2017 3:47 PM

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