More than 1,000 people gathered to protest outside of ABC's Burbank, California, studios against late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel because of a racially insensitive skit that aired last month.
ABC has already issued two public apologies for the Jimmy Kimmel Live parody in which a child suggested the U.S. “kill everyone in China” to solve its debt problem. The host has also apologized in person to people outside his studio, CNN's Nischelle Turner reports.
University Professor Chunyan Li attended rallies over the weekend and weighed in on "New Day" Tuesday.
Li said "As an educator, I'm more concerned than offended. I'm worried about the impact of this discussed on open air. Especially after Mr. Kimmel's second sentence. 'Should we allow the Chinese to live?' ABC has never acknowledged that part."
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