Florida Teacher Suspended After She Interrupted Black Student During Online Classes With A Story How She Became A Victim Of Black Gang
A viral video spreading on social media with a piece of online classes of Osceola County School. The video starts with a phrase about the oppression of the black population in the United States.
“You have never had to go through that struggle but there some black people that live in communities where the cops do not treat them right,” the student said and asked. “Do you understand?”
The teacher became a nervous wreck at this point and orders a student named David to stop.
“Stop right there David!” the teacher said. “STOP!”
This was followed by a story because of which a social studies teacher at Poinciana High School, Tracey Brown was fired.
“I was 16-year-old and I was attacked on a MARTA train by a gang. And, yes gang-wearing bandanas, gang signs language of BLACKS,” he said. “I have as much right as anyone else to dislike af-blacks, for what happened to me!”
According to available information, the incident occurred on Monday. Brown also told the student to stop preaching him.
“So you don’t get to sit there and preach to me what I do and don’t know!” the teacher said.
District Spokeswoman Dana Schafer has confirmed the teacher's suspension.