A video of white woman that teaches social studies in the Osceola County School District went viral over her racist comments about black people. The woman has been identified as Tracey Brown. A student that attends Poinciana High School says the incident started with a discussion about the Black Lives Matter movement, according to WFTV Channel 9.
I was told to take to twitter so the link for a disciplinary action petition as well as the school’s contact page are in my bio.
The teacher’s name is Tracey Brown and I go to Poinciana High School pic.twitter.com/c38HI8Xzo8
— ✨🌼nessa💫✨ (@holasoynessa) October 13, 2020
Tracey Brown claims she’s was using her statement as an example not to start an argument between her and her student.
The school district says they have the video from the entire class period and is still in the early stages of its investigation.
Brown has since been reassigned to a position outside the classroom with no interaction with students, as school officials investigate the incident.