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Ann Arbor, Michigan: School lawsuit claims white administrators subjected to ‘hostility and harassment’

Ann Arbor, Michigan: School lawsuit claims white administrators subjected to ‘hostility and harassment’

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The former principal of a University of Michigan-area elementary school has filed a “reverse discrimination” lawsuit alleging that white administrators were subjected to “hostility and harassment” due to their race. Shannon Blick’s suit against the Ann Arbor Public School District also alleges black administrators’ promotions and advancements were “accelerated” to the “detriment of white administrators,” and that the district did not adequately investigate (reverse) discrimination complaints. According to The Michigan Daily, Blick, formerly head of Lawton Elementary School, claims she had an “exemplary employment record” and “highly effective” evaluation ratings. Blick says her harassment began in April after being tipped off that the head of human resources was investigating her over an embezzlement matter involving a school janitor. In addition, Ann Arbor Director of Elementary Education Dawn Linden allegedly told Blick that if she didn’t dissuade parents who supported her from…
Source: Ann Arbor, Michigan: School lawsuit claims white administrators subjected to ‘hostility and harassment’

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