In a story Sept. 23 about the legacy of Bill Cosby, The Associated Press erroneously attributed a quote from Keon McGuire, an education professor, to Jon Francois, a radio deejay.
A corrected version of the story is below:
Cosby sentencing reveals generational divide over his legacy
Bill Cosby sentencing reveals generational divide over comedy star and his legacy
By TERRY TANG
Keon McGuire has no real attachment to Bill Cosby or his landmark show.
As a black man, he's aware of the sitcom's place in pop culture, but he was barely in elementary school when "The Cosby Show" went off the air. Years later, he...