Georgia school chief fired for racist replica

Georgia school chief fired for racist replica

The school principal in Georgia was fired after the words ‘black people’ in her speech.

The school principal in Georgia was fired after the words ‘black people’ in her speech.

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The incident took place in the TNT Academy in Stone Mountain on the ceremony on Friday. The former school principal, Nancy Gordeuk was indignant for some of the students leaving the hall while she was delivering her speech on the stage. She torn her speech in the middle and started scolding the students saying that they are being very rude for not listening to her and to the speech.

Nancy Gordeuk

Nancy Gordeuk

Look, who’s going… All the black people

– Said Nancy into the microphone as she didn’t turn it off.

Her replica caused lots of cries among the audience and graduates went off the stage immediately. Gordeuk instantly tried to apologize, saying that it was all because of her emotions, but she wasn’t heard and meanwhile, the video with her speech spread across the internet and many people spoke to dismiss Nancy from her post.

She made a bigger apology in the interview to the media saying that she deeply apologizes for the inconvenience and explaining that she didn’t mean anything bad, she simply wanted every student in the room to listen to her speech regardless of their race or ethnicity. In her apologies to the educational authorities, she said that it was the devil that made her do that. But all these words didn’t affect the officials and they fired Gordeuk, saying that this excuse would fit for a comedian, but not for the educational representative who is holding a principal’s post.

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