Black Student Suspended for 100+ Days for Telling White Teacher Not to Say N*gger

A Black Park Hill High School student has been suspended for 100+ days for confronting a White teacher who repeatedly used the N word.

PARK HILL, MO – A Black Park Hill High School student has been suspended for 100+ days for confronting a White teacher who repeatedly used the N word.

The student can be seen in the video demanding that the teacher stop using the word and “don’t put it in your sentences,” to which the white teacher responds, “well you put it in yours.” The Black student says “yea because I’m Black!” to which the white teacher responds “that’s illogical.”

The teacher is still employed by the district although he has been placed on administrative leave. Already, numerous of our sources have reached out to us and told us that this is not the first time the teacher has been caught saying the N word, and has also “made racist jokes about Asian people eating cats.”

https://youtu.be/cZTDT4-zf7Q

Our reporters are in contact with a number of students in the school and we will be releasing more information in the coming hours.

This is a developing story.

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