Attorney Katonga Wright, center, holds a press conference with the parents of two Reese Road Leadership Academy students whose fourth-grade teacher used racial slurs in the classroom. The parents are calling for the Muscogee County School District to terminate the teacher's employment. From left: Kenneth and Shunale Harley, and Equisha and Nathan Frazier.
Attorney Katonga Wright, center, holds a press conference with the parents of two Reese Road Leadership Academy students whose fourth-grade teacher used racial slurs in the classroom. The parents are calling for the Muscogee County School District to terminate the teacher's employment. From left: Kenneth and Shunale Harley, and Equisha and Nathan Frazier. ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
Attorney Katonga Wright, center, holds a press conference with the parents of two Reese Road Leadership Academy students whose fourth-grade teacher used racial slurs in the classroom. The parents are calling for the Muscogee County School District to terminate the teacher's employment. From left: Kenneth and Shunale Harley, and Equisha and Nathan Frazier. ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com

Parents’ lawyer calls for teacher who said N-word to be fired

October 06, 2017 05:08 PM