St. Louis Health Director Resigns After Alleged Racial Slur

1 decade 2 years 4 months ago Friday, February 02 2007 Feb 2, 2007 Friday, February 02, 2007 1:14:31 PM CST February 02, 2007 in News
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ST. LOUIS (AP) - The director of the St. Louis Health Department is out of work, resigning yesterday after allegedly making a racial slur. Mayor Francis Slay's office is not saying why Doctor William Kincaid resigned, but sources tell several news organizations that Kincaid made a derogatory remark concerning blacks during a staff meeting. The chief of the Bureau of Communicable Disease, Pamela Rice-Walker, will serve as interim director until a permanent replacement can be found.

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