Three teachers at the University of South Alabama have been put on leave after racially uncaring Halloween photographs surfaced of them, the college said.
USA President Tony Waldrop made the declaration Friday. An autonomous examination concerning the episode will be led by lawyer Suntrease Williams-Maynard, a previous preliminary lawyer for the U.S. Equivalent Employment Opportunity Commission in Mobile and a previous collaborator U.S. lawyer for the U.S. Lawyer’s Office for the Southern District of Alabama and the Southern District of Texas, he said.
The photos were taken at a nearby Halloween party in 2014, as per a request made by USA understudies, different news organizations announced. At that point Dean of the Mitchell College of Business and current account teacher Bob Wood was wearing a Confederate trooper’s uniform, while educators Alex Sharland and Teresa Weldy presented with a whip and noose.
Waldrop wrote in an explanation that the images and outfit are hostile and don’t address the college’s standards.
“We have swore our full participation to Ms. Williams-Maynard in her examination. The employees included have been set on regulatory leave forthcoming the result of the examination and any connected procedures,” he said. “Alongside the authority of the University, I guarantee you that we are treating the present circumstance with the most extreme earnestness and with a pledge to following up on the aftereffects of the examination. Meanwhile, if it’s not too much trouble, go along with me in proceeding with our progressing work to make the USA people group one that gladly and undauntedly approaches each individual with deference and pride.”
Understudies then are as yet requiring the educators’ end. They coordinated two fights close to the grounds’ Bell Tower on Friday. At the early afternoon fight, almost 100 people joined in. As of Friday, an appeal requiring the terminating of the teachers had more than 2,500 marks.