jueves, 9 de febrero de 2012

Teacher Accused of Calling Haitian Student Chocolate Boy Faces Suspension

In Philip Roth's 2000 novel "The Human Stain," a classics professor, referring to two students who had never come to class, asks his seminar: "Do they exist or are they spooks?" The man eventually resigned over the remark; he didn't realize that the two students were black, and spooks was considered a racist term.

It's unclear whether a teacher in South Florida made a similarly innocent slip when she allegedly called a Haitian-American student "l

Source:
http://jobs.aol.com/articles/2012/02/07/teacher-accused-of-calling-haitian-student-chocolate-boy-face/