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A white teacher was awarded almost $5 million in a racial discrimination suit after being fired by administrators at the historically black college of Harris-Stowe State University who were intent on making the college "blacker."
From Courthouse News:
ST. LOUIS (CN) -- A Missouri appeals court upheld a $4.85 million racial discrimination award to a white teacher who was fired from Harris-Stowe State University, an historically black college.KWWL reports the appeals court ruling stated: "The Board unlawfully terminated Wilkins, not due to her competency or ability, but because of the color of her skin."
"Rarely have we seen such manifest and open evidence of racial discrimination," the ruling said.
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