Vincent Serpico told the students that he wouldn't get in trouble for the tirade "because nobody cares."
Vincent Serpico, a teacher who taught at Piscataway High School since 2009, heard music on a boom box in a boys' bathroom. He deemed the lyrics "offensive" and ended up going off on special education students citing the song by yelling the the N-word and profanities. He has been fired.
The teens that attend Carroll Senior High School have barely been reprimanded.
Black students at the school say it's a daily occurrence and nothing is done by the administration.
Tarrick Walker created a movement that's spreading outside of his community. You can join, too.
Colts put out a gushing statement of radio announcer Bob Lamey's retirement, but using a racial slur prompted his exit.
While at work, Bob Lamey, an NFL Indianapolis Colts radio announcer, told a story about an auto-racing analyst using the N-word 30 years ago. But Lamey decided to use the racial slur in his storytelling, despite whoever may have been in the room. A Black woman, present and offended, told Emmis Communications management about the incident.
"How many times can we say the N-word to the bartender before we get kicked out," Joden Rocco said in a video.
Joden Rocco, a 24-year old white man, tried to see how many times he could say the N-word before getting kicked out of a bar in Pittsburgh. Rocco's game resulted in him killing a Black man, Dulane Cameron Jr., also age 24.
"We can't allow Trump to dumb down racism, limiting the standard to whether one utters the n-word or not," writes Rev. Jackson.
The men said they were wasting resources, meanwhile real terrorists were out there.
Three former federal air marshals, Steve Theodoropoulos, Henry Preston, and Ed Cunningham, said they were told by a supervisor to target "the Black people" when they worked in Orlando because "they're the ones who have warrants."
"But he didn't use 'Black people' he used the n-word," said Theodoropoulos.
'This is America, N-word': Racists From New Jersey Verbally Assault 'The View' Co-Host at Historically Black Beach
"The View" co-host Sunny Hostin said Monday on the show that she and her friends had rented a cottage at a historically Black beach, which they've done for many years, but on July 4th, the group was verbally assaulted by teens yelling racial slurs.