Cosby touts education program, deflects questions about allegations

In an ABC news interview, the comedian attempted to divert public conversation away from sexual assault allegations from more than 30 women.

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Bill Cosby’s image may be beyond repair in the wake of sexual assault allegations from more than 30 women. However, that’s not stopping the comedian from attempting to return to the public’s good graces.

He’s doing so by touting a pro-education message in some of the country’s most underserved areas, namely rural Alabama. To help promote his work with the nonprofit Black Belt Community Foundation, the 77-year-old Cosby agreed to an interview with ABC News.

You can watch the segment here:

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