A white teacher from Florida is in hot water after a video shows her explaining to students why she ‘dislikes Blacks.
The rather racially aggravating incident has many people questioning the teacher’s motive of doing so. Moreover, you can see her explaining clearly how she developed hate for people of color after her gang attack incident in Atlanta. She was a teenager during that time but the memories haunt her for days.
Today, she’s out of the classroom for making such blunt and racist comments.Meanwhile, the shocking exchange of words come in the form of a video that keeps making the rounds around the world.
Tracey Brown alongside her students from Poinciana’s High School are sitting together as one student speaks up.He claims that the cops aren’t treating some black communities right. And it’s a all a part of an online class discussion.
And that’s when Brown attempted to disclose some personal details from her younger age.She explained how ‘blacks’ attacked her during a train ride.
But the eye popping drama begins when she says the unthinkable, ‘I have as much right as anyone else to dislike Blacks for what happened to me.’ ‘So don’t preach to me about what I do and don’t know. ’
But the drama doesn’t end there for the teacher.
You can find another similar racially themed clip that features the teacher saying some pretty nasty stuff again.Here, she criticizes the Black Lives Matter movement singlehandedly. ‘You mean to say that black lives matter more than anyone else,’ she furiously asked.
Other than that, she goes on expressing how she was ‘more educated’ than the blacks that attacked her during her teen years. She ends it all with a statement that says how skin color is nothing but a pigment. And it has nothing to do with what you truly are on the inside.
Brown also made heads turn when she explained to her students how they wouldn’t support the famous BLM movement at heart. But after the shocking remarks, she is no longer a part of the classroom. Relevant authorities at school made sure that she works outside the classroom with zero interaction with students.