While she states she does not cower to the NAACP, something transpired which caused Ms. Sholar to pursue the suspension.
And like it or not, the head of the Pender County NAACP is quoted in other media sources indicating she has received "complaints" concerning the suspended Principal.
Guess she still has that dog on a leash she needs to put in the fight.
I wish someone had the nerve to call them out and take them to court or the pound.
As a taxpayer, I am distressed to see so much in Education resources being spent to respond to the dog fighting group when the resources should go to the process of providing an education.
If this proves to be another frivilous circus put on by the NAACP, I hope the County will bill them and their county chapter President for resources expended. And then let's hope Mr. Roper and Mr. Coleman each file lawsuits seeking real and punitive damages.
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