LANSING, Mich. — About 60 Black educators accused the Lansing School District of forcing them out of a job. One of them was Claude Hogan.
Hogan said he worked in the district for about 8 years and said during his time, he was treated unfairly, and placed on leave without a reason, which led to him resigning.
“I left because of the stress and the anxiety I had every day, and they were intimidating,” he said.
Hogan along with the other educators, went to the organization One Love Global to get the word out.
“It’s important for us to help them,” said Sean Holland with One Love Global.
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