Portion of a Facebook post authored by Clark County School District teacher Tanya Russo Landry. (FOX5).
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -.
A Clark County School District instructor is getting some unfavorable interest after exactly what has been viewed as a racist rant was posted on her Facebook page.
Tanya Russo Landry is noted as an instructor at Booker Primary school in Las Vegas.
Among other things, she wrote on her Facebook page that she does not believe the Confederate flag ought to be taken down because “history is history.”
She claims to have actually lived in South Carolina for 10 years and the flag there has actually been looked at as history rather than a sign of hatred.
Landry goes on to say America is about liberty, not seeing to it no one is offended.
She composed she’s tired of sensation blamed for everything because she’s white, and as an instructor she generally keeps her viewpoints to herself however she’s tired of keeping mum with adults.
Landry composed that slavery has actually been over for a long period of time and she doesn’t agree with history months being dedicated to minorities.
She composed that if readers didn’t like her post, “hard,” and if she harmed their sensations, “delete her.” She completed her post by composing: “Tosses the mic down and walks away.”
CCSD on Friday issued the following statement:
“CCSD wishes to guarantee a Safe and Respectful Knowing environment for all our students and staff and offers cultural sensitivity training to our teachers and administrators. We are aware of the social media post made by that instructor and have actually notified her administrators. The administrators will be talking to that teacher about the nature of the post.”
Landry’s Facebook page has since been taken down.
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