Castleberry High student calls mom after assaulting teacher: 'She's Black and pissing me off'

'No, I'm calling my momma. You ain't about to f**k me up, b***h,' the student yelled at the teacher


                            Castleberry High student calls mom after assaulting teacher: 'She's Black and pissing me off'
A student was caught on video going on a racist rant and assaulting a Black teacher in Castleberry High School in Fort Worth, Texas (Twitter)

A White high school student in Texas was caught on video assaulting a Black teacher before calling her mom from the classroom and telling her "she's black and she's pissing me off!" Smash Da Topic, a Community based news outlet, posted footage of the racist rant on Twitter on Friday, November 19, and stated the incident occurred in Castleberry High School in Fort Worth.

There have been several reported instances of racism in schools of late. In early November, the Danvers High School in Massachusetts made headlines for attempting to bury a racist, homophobic hazing tradition, before it was exposed by the media. In late September, a Missouri school came under fire after a group of students posted an online petition calling for the return of slavery.

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In the latest video, a female student is seen approaching the teacher in the front of the classroom as the latter is apparently making a call on a landline phone. The student appears to reach for the phone to hang it up and end the teacher's call. When the teacher tries to push the student's arm away, the latter slaps her on the arm and says, "Deal with me!" 

"No, no, no" the teacher is heard saying. "You touched me. I did not touch you." She then appears to ask the student to leave the classroom, leading her towards the door. However, the student does not follow her and instead picks up the phone and begins to dial. When the teacher returns and reaches for the phone, the pupil says, "No, I'm calling my momma. You ain't about to f**k me up, b***h." When her mother receives the call, she tells her, "I need you to get over here now because this teacher's about to get f**ked up if she doesn't get the f**k away from me. ... You want to talk to her because she's Black and she's f**king pissing me off right now?"

The student then violently throws the phone toward the teacher, but it appears to miss her and hit the floor. The educator responds by calmly picking up the phone and placing it back on the hook as the student storms out of the classroom.



 

 

Racist behaviors have skyrocketed all over the US, but especially in schools over the past several years. It's part of a larger trend in the increase of hate crime, especially targeted towards race. FBI data shows over 3,900 such incidents in 2019, which shot up to over 5,200 in 2020. It's left parents not just worried for their children's safety, but also their own. 
 
MEAWW previously reported how the Cullman City School District in Alabama faced backlash after the school board president's son was caught on video using a racist slur. The 11-second clip showed the school district’s president Amy Carter's son chanting "white power" and "kill all the n****s," while being filmed by another student. It quickly circulated amongst the students of the district, and parents became involved shortly after. "Tell me how he wouldn’t be threatened by KILL ALL THE Ns?! Explain to me how this is not a threat," one parent wrote in an email to the district.
 
Carter defended her son, telling AL.com that he was mimicking a TikTok video, but wasn't aware he was being recorded. He only became aware of it four days later, after receiving it on Snapchat. Carter called her son "the kindest child you would ever meet" and said he was "devastated that his words harmed other people." She called the video a "terrible error in judgment." 

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