A Teacher Wrote an Incredibly Offensive Letter About a Black Student’s Hair And Then Gets Blasted on Facebook

A Teacher Wrote an Incredibly Offensive Letter About a Black Student’s Hair And Then Gets Blasted on Facebook

Tionna Norris was unpleasantly suppressed when her daughter came home from school caring an offensive note written by her  teacher in which her little girl is insulted just because of the scent of coconut oil in her hair.

Understandably Norris was outraged and decided to post the letter on Facebook along with the following caption:  “*applies the same amount of coconut oil* y’all gone feel that black girl magic. Sincerely, unapologetically black mom. P.s. Coconut oil has no stinky smell.”

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In a matter of hours the post went viral with more than 12.000k likes and 6.000 shares, all with comments of support and disgust.

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The only reason Norris applied the oil was to add some shine to Amia`s hair. She also stated that the bullying incident was made up later by the teacher named “Carol”.

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In order to straighten things out, Norris along with her husband went to see the school`s principal who told them that Amia was never bullied, in fact, she was one of the most popular girls in school and the word “stink” was used in quotes just because Carol knew it didn’t smell bad.

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