'Diversity Gaffe': Richard Branson Apologizes For Appearing In A Photo With White PeopleChris Menahan
Nov. 13, 2019
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Richard Branson issued a public apology on Tuesday for appearing in a photograph with white people in South Africa.
"The Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship is for all South Africans, but yesterday's choice of a photo to go with my tweet clearly lacked diversity," Branson tweeted. "Apologies. I hope you will take a look at my blog which does far better justice to the amazing work of the Centre and its team."
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