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Black High School Security Guard Fired for Telling Kid to Stop calling him a “N” Word

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A security guard at a high school was fired after he told a student to stop calling him a “N” word. The school claims it is simply following their “zero tolerance policy.”

The Madison Metropolitan School District in Wisconsin has terminated an African American security guard for using a racial slur, because the 11-year employee ordered a black student to stop calling him the N-word.

According to WISC-TV, Marlon Anderson, 48, who served as a security assistant at Madison West High School, says he stepped in to help when a black student (who was refusing to leave school grounds) pushed the assistant principal. Anderson told the outlet that the student then called Anderson the N-word at least 15 times, in a profanity-laced tirade. Anderson then used the slur himself when he told the student to stop calling him the N-word.

Anderson wrote his account of the language used during the incident in a Facebook post Wednesday, saying, “I get called a bit@# @ss Ni€€A by a student, I responded do ‘not call me ni€€a!’ And I got fired.”

-theblaze.com

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The Madison Metropolitan School District in Wisconsin has terminated an African American security guard for using a racial slur, because the 11-year employee ordered a black student to stop calling him the N-word.
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According to WISC-TV, Marlon Anderson, 48, who served as a security assistant at Madison West High School, says he stepped in to help when a black student (who was refusing to leave school grounds) pushed the assistant principal. Anderson told the outlet that the student then called Anderson the N-word at least 15 times, in a profanity-laced tirade. Anderson then used the slur himself when he told the student to stop calling him the N-word.

Anderson wrote his account of the language used during the incident in a Facebook post Wednesday, saying, “I get called a bit@# @ss Ni€€A by a student, I responded do ‘not call me ni€€a!’ And I got fired.”

In an email to parents the same day, the school’s principal, Karen Boran, wrote:

“I’m writing to inform you of a serious incident that occurred at West High School last week. The incident involves a staff member using a racial slur with students. We have investigated the incident, and the staff member will not return to West.”

Boran explained, “As you know, our expectation when it comes to racial slurs has been very clear. Regardless of context or circumstance, racial slurs are not acceptable in our schools. It is a standard we will continue to hold for professional conduct, that has been applied consistently and will continue to be applied consistently.”

-theblaze.com
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