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Racist teacher won’t back down after she’s busted for calling man the N-word in front of his kids

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A racist Maryland woman who called a black man the N-word in front of his children during a parking dispute/Screenshot

A black mom in Maryland confronted the white woman who hurled the N-word at her husband because of the way he pulled out of a spot, and the racist woman turned out to be an employee of a local school district.

On Monday, Dawn Lennon shot video of a confrontation following the racial insult, which she posted to Facebook.

“So while leaving the Walmart parking lot my husband was called The N Word, because he didn’t move out the parking spot the way she wanted him to,” she wrote. “The thing I thought was so profound is that she was proud of it and didn’t try to deny it.”

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In the video a white woman wearing a jacket from the Washington football team is seen parking her car before the confrontation.

“Did you just call my husband the N-word, in front of my children?” Lennon asks in the video.

“Yeah, I did,” the woman says.

According to WJLA, the woman has been identified as an employee of Potomac Landing Elementary school. She now works as a media specialist according to Heavy.com but was previously a teacher and librarian.

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The school district told WJLA that the incident is “under investigation” and that the employee will not be allowed in schools until that investigation is complete.


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