An African American security guard in Wisconsin who was fired for asking a student not to call him the n-word is celebrating his reinstatement.
Interim Madison Metropolitan School District Jane Belmore decided to rescind Marlon Anderson’s termination, the Madison Teachers Inc., a union representing teachers and other staff, said in a statement on Monday. Anderson will be placed on paid administrative leave while a plan is finalized for him to return, the union said.
“I’m back!!” Anderson, who worked at Madison West High School, said in a Facebook post less than a week after he was fired.
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