Brownsville high school coach files racial discrimination lawsuit
A former coach at Porter High School in Brownsville has now filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the independent school district claiming that he after he was fired for an incident in 1995, he has been unable to get a knew job in the district because of his race.
The man was fired in 1995 after showing students a “graphic sex guide” and this caused an uproar that led to him losing his job. He was cleared to teach again after the incident, but he was not given his job back.
He then applied to teach at the Faulk Middle School, but the job was given to a former city commissioner who only was obtaining an alternative teaching certification at the time. The former coach stated that he was skipped over because of his race.
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