An Osceola County School District teacher was removed from her position and reassigned after video of her making racially charged statements about Black people and criticizing the Black Lives Matter movement during a Monday online class was shared across social media.

In the video, the teacher, identified by the district as Tracey Brown, describes being attacked by a gang while riding a train in Atlanta and said the people who attacked her used the “language of Blacks.”

“I have as much right as anybody else to dislike Blacks for what happened to me,” she said. “So you don’t get to sit there and preach to me what I do and don’t know.”

District Spokeswoman Dana Schafer said Brown was a social studies teacher at Poinciana High School. Pot



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