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|Representing employees who appreciate a bold approach.
|A federal judge has ruled that a race discrimination lawsuit
against the Prince George's County Public School System
can advance to trial in federal court.
A federal judge has ruled that a race discrimination lawsuit against the Prince George's County Public
School System can advance to trial in federal court. The case is scheduled to go to trial in April
The lawsuit alleges violation of the following laws:
•Title VI and Title VII - racial hostile work environment/retaliation.
The lawsuit alleges that Angelique Simpson-Marcus, the African American principal of Largo High
School, called Jon Everhart, a white male English teacher, “white bitch” and “poor white trash”.
In the fall of 2007, the principal told Mr. Everhart that she would fire him and take away his teaching
certificate as “payback” for a time when white principals mistreated black teachers.
Complaints of racial harassment were made to Superintendent William Hite and other school board
officials in 2008 and 2009, nonetheless, the racial harassment/retaliation continued until Mr. Everhart
was terminated in the summer of 2010.
Jon Everhart v. Board of Education of Prince George's County, 11-cv-1196 (PJM)