Teacher fired after calling Michelle Obama 'gorilla' on Facebook, A Georgia educator has been fired after Facebook posts repeatedly calling Michelle Obama a “gorilla.”
Jane Wood Allen, a Chestatee Elementary School educator in Gainesville, Georgia, was fired on Monday after a racist post she made about Michelle Obama went viral.
A Georgia educator has been fired after posting racist Facebook comments about First Lady Michelle Obama, calling her a “gorilla” multiple times.
Jane Wood Allen, a parapro at Chestatee Elementary School, lost her job over the racist posts, which included references to the First Lady as a “gorilla” as well as other anti-Muslim and anti-Hispanic posts.
A teacher's aide in Forsyth County, Georgia has been fired after making a racist comment about Michelle Obama on her Facebook page.
Jane Wood Allen, who worked as a 'paraprofessional' or teacher's aide at Chestatee Elementary School in Gainesville was fired on Monday, according to the Forsyth County Schools Facebook page. She had worked for the school district since 1989, according to Forsyth News.
In August, Allen posted an article from Opposing Views that read: “First Lady Michelle Obama continues to top lists of most admired women in the world. Do you admire her?”
Allen’s comment read: “I admire a gorilla more than I admire her. (Wait I forgot, she is a gorilla)! … She is the worst example of a First Lady ever! (Oh sorry, I meant gorilla not First Lady)!”
27-year veteran of the Forsyth County Schools District in Georgia was fired Monday over racist remarks she made on Facebook, calling Michelle Obama a ‘gorilla.’