Parents denied entry to Asheville school board meeting

On June 3, some 75 citizens sought to attend a school board meeting in Buncombe County in Asheville, North Carolina. They were concerned about several issues, ranging from coronavirus mask mandates and vaccines to Critical Race Theory being taught in schools.
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