Duval Educational facilities to fork out Jacksonville instructor with BLM flag $300,000

The Duval County Faculty Board will shell out a former high college teacher who displayed a Black Life Matter flag in excess of her classroom door $300,000 to settle a lawsuit from earlier this 12 months. 

Amy Donofrio, a former Riverside Substantial Faculty (then Lee Significant) teacher, explained she was unfairly taken off from her training placement in March. She created countrywide news, saying administrators explained to her to acquire down the Black Lives Make any difference flag that had been hanging about her doorway. Soon after she refused, the district quickly reassigned her to warehouse operations and explained she was currently being investigated for “several matters.” 

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