Cosby’s TV daughter warns VUU graduates on race, gender bias | Education

Keshia Knight Pulliam — an entrepreneur, philanthropist and Bill Cosby’s TV daughter and a supporter of the actor-comedian before his recent convictions for sexual assault — told more than 300 graduates of historically black Virginia Union University Saturday they will confront gender and racial bias as they depart campus for their careers, but should not be discouraged by it.

In the outside world, they will witness everything “from #MeToo, to the racial underbelly of the nation that has boiled to the surface,” said Pulliam, adding to scattered cheers from the audience of relatives and friends that nearly filled the sun-baked bleachers at the university’s Hovey Field on…

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