Teacher From Ohio Told Black Student “You Will Get Lynched If You Don’t Behave” And Got To Keep Her Job! (Full Details)

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In a statement, Thole recounted her perspective, “I said to him, [redacted] get to work. Your classmates are tired of you costing them points. When you come in tomorrow without your homework completed, you [sic] classmates are going to be angry and then become a mob who will want to lynch you.”

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Thole apologized to her class after meeting with Tanisha, “I made a public comment, so I would like to make a public apology. Today is a day where we can learn the importance of thinking before you speak.”

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“I made a comment the other day where I didn’t stop and think before I spoke. As a result of that I deeply hurt a student and I regret that. Just because I never meant to hurt anyone, doesn’t mean that didn’t happen, so [redacted], I’m sorry.”

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“If I had just taken two seconds to think before used the world lynch, I would have not hurt a student. I didn’t think about all of the ugliness and horrible history surrounding that word before I used it. [Redacted] I am deeply sorry and I hope that you can forgive me.”