Several people are thrashing a Richmond High School substitute teacher online after he shoved a student out of the classroom and threw him to the ground. The educator no longer works at the institution. As of right now, the West Contra Costa Unified School District is investigating the incident. On Monday, January 23, a video was taken of the dispute. In the viral video, the Richmond School substitute teacher is heard shouting, “say it again.” Some social media users have claimed the teacher resorted to extreme measures after the student used the N-word. A heated argument ensued between the two.
With his arms behind him, the Richmond High School substitute teacher appeared to be restraining himself. When things became tense between him and the student as they continued to squabble, the Richmond High School teacher grabbed the teenager by his clothes and shoved him. The situation was described by fellow students as shocking and they were gasping in shock. He was then grabbed again by the teacher and pushed into the hallway by him. After that, the educator told the students to leave. At the time of writing this article, Richmond High officials had not confirmed the student’s use of a racial slur. Neither the student’s injuries nor disciplinary action has been confirmed. Several angles were recorded of the confrontation at school, which was uploaded to social media as students grabbed their phones to record it.
The student had called the teacher the n-word, the teacher didnt like it as shown in the video— Z0N$) (@LuisCam82062622) January 24, 2023
Online Critics Lash Out At Richmond High School Substitute Teacher
Online trolls are relentlessly thrashing a Richmond High School teacher after she threw a student to the ground and pushed him out of the classroom. West Contra Costa Unified School District is currently investigating the incident. On Monday, January 23, a video of the dispute was taken. During the viral video, the Richmond School teacher is heard shouting in the child’s face, saying, “say it again.” Some social media users allege that the teacher used extreme behaviour after the child called him the N-word. There was a heated exchange between the two following this. Until now, officials hadn’t confirmed that the student used a racial slur against her teacher at Richmond High. There has been no confirmation as to whether the student sustained any injuries or was disciplined. Several angles were recorded of the confrontation at school, which was uploaded to social media as students grabbed their phones to record it.
There were several comments on the internet condemning the teacher’s actions. The situation could have been handled better, according to many. There were several netizens who called for reprimands for Richmond High School teachers. A number of netizens wondered if the parents of the teen charged the educator with assaulting them. Following an altercation, students protested for the teacher to be fired. Student protests and walks out of class just before the fifth period were confirmed by teacher Lorenzo Morotti. Their flyers read: We tried to rid ourselves of racial slurs. Our patience was wearing thin. It was not right for him to take those actions, but it was also not right for the kid to take those actions. Black student union representatives provided statements to the Bay Area News Group. For their actions, they said both the teacher and the student should be expelled from the school.
No adult should be putting they hands on a child, especially on school grounds. but at the same time u cant expect to call somebody a slur n get away w it— Mami Nyanga🇨🇲🇪🇸 (@Luhhgangster) January 24, 2023
In general, I like the rule that people shouldn't respond to words with physical violence. But that kid needed the lesson: Once you call a black person the N word, you have left the rules of polite society behind, and you need to be ready for consequences. Important lesson.— Colin Mack (@c0linM) January 24, 2023
Need context but sadly that teachers done he risked it out of anger but that kid had to have been wearing this guy to a last straw but you got standards when your a teacher not to hurt the kids you teach— Bardock Obama (@milhousereborn) January 24, 2023