Stringer: Rutgers 'in process of forgiving' Imus
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- The Rutgers women's basketball team accepted radio host Don Imus' apology Friday for insulting them on the air, saying that he deserves a chance to move on but that they hope the furor his words caused will be a catalyst for change.
"We, the Rutgers University Scarlet Knight basketball team,
accept -- accept -- Mr. Imus' apology, and we are in the process of
forgiving," coach C. Vivian Stringer read from a team statement a
day after the women met personally ...
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'WE WILL NEVER FORGET'
• Rutgers accepts Imus' apology
• Imus meets with Rutgers only hours after firing by CBS
• Imus raises $1.3M for charity on what was final day of employment
• MSNBC drops Imus simulcast amid controversy
• CBS Corp. director, ex-NAACP head: Imus must go
• GM suspends ads from Imus radio show
• Stringer, Rutgers president respond to Imus' remarks
• Imus to Sharpton: 'This time we went way too far'
• Sharpton says FCC should fire Imus
• Critics still calling for Imus to be fired
• Imus 'sorry' for disparaging Rutgers women's players
• Hill: It's about taking a stand
• Keown: Welcome to rock bottom
• Granderson: Hate is hate, no matter the target
• Voepel: Team should be celebrated -- not insulted
• TrueHoop: Hardly a perfect world
• Should Imus have been fired?
• Imus' comments result in spirited debate