Norwalk Schools Teachers are using racist language in the presence of their students. 

What will the Board of Education and the School's Administration do about it?

Norwalk NAACP Statement, December 2, 2021

The Norwalk NAACP has been informed of, yet, another incident where Norwalk Public Schools Teachers have used racist language in front of students.  The most recent was on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. The incident on Tuesday was the second incident within the last couple of months that a Norwalk Public Schools Teacher actually used the N-word directly in the presence of their students.
 
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Brenda Penn-Williams, President

Norwalk Branch NAACP

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