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Louisiana Judge who Used Anti-Black Racial Slurs on Video Resigns

A Louisiana judge who was caught on video using racial slurs to describe a man who had reportedly attempted to break into her home and car two weeks ago has resigned after the video and story went viral.

KOLD INVESTIGATES: Tucson Unified teacher on administrative leave after using N-word in classroom

Science teacher Bruce Riseborough caught on video saying racial and homophobic slurs

By Valerie CavazosPublished: Dec. 9, 2021 at 9:28 PM EST|Updated: Dec. 9, 2021 at 9:29 PM EST

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – A Tucson High teacher is on administrative leave after using the N-word in his classroom.

Students captured a portion of the discussion on video, which was given to KOLD News 13.

The person who sent the video to us said the footage is recent — within the past few weeks.

Hundreds of Henry County students demand dismissal of teacher who used N-word in class

The superintendent’s office said Thursday that the teachers who used “unacceptable word choices” are being disciplined; students want them fired.00:0101:56Author: Jon ShirekPublished: 11:36 PM EST December 16, 2021Updated: 10:11 AM EST December 17, 2021

 

LOCUST GROVE, Ga. — Students at Luella High School, in Locust Grove in Henry County, are demanding that teachers who used the N-word in front of them in class be fired.

The school superintendent’s office is confirming that at least two teachers are being disciplined, but cannot disclose what the punishment is.

Louisiana parent calling for action after daughter’s English teacher reads ‘n-word’ out loud

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — A Lafayette Parish School System mother claims a teacher read a racial slur from a book during class.

Chantelle Aaron of Lafayette says she spoke to the school district about the incident.

Aaron plans to submit a request to the school board to make such readings a violation.

She says to her knowledge the school district’s stance is that as long as the word is part of a book then it’s okay to read “as is”.

Louisiana parent calling for action after daughter’s English teacher reads ‘n-word’ out loud

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by: Renee AllenPosted: Dec 7, 2021 / 06:37 PM CST / Updated: Dec 7, 2021 / 06:37 PM CST

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — A Lafayette Parish School System mother claims a teacher read a racial slur from a book during class.

Chantelle Aaron of Lafayette says she spoke to the school district about the incident.

Aaron plans to submit a request to the school board to make such readings a violation.

She says to her knowledge the school district’s stance is that as long as the word is part of a book then it’s okay to read “as is”.

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‘N-Word’ as Hostile Work Trigger Left in Gray Area by High Court

May 18, 2021, 5:31 AMListen

  • Civil rights groups say court missed opportunity
  • Appeals courts divided on bar for hostile work

Robert Collier says nearly every day he saw the “N-word” carved into the wall of the elevator he took to the cafeteria of the Dallas hospital where he worked. In a storage room, a pair of swastikas were painted two feet high on the wall where the tools he used were kept.

Collier, who is Black, says he complained to his former employer Parkland Health and Hospital System but the offensive word and graffiti weren’t removed for months. He also says he and other Black employees were referred to as “boy” by colleagues.

Despite calls from civil rights groups, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review an appellate ruling that Collier’s allegations weren’t sufficient to establish a hostile work environment claim under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, leaving in place a divide in how the nation’s regional federal appeals courts interpret such allegations.

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