• Mid-South teacher dismissed for alleged racist Facebook post

    By: Tom Dees


    SOUTH PANOLA CO., Miss. - A Mississippi teacher has been dismissed after a racist Facebook post was posted to her page.

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    The post on Cammie Rone's said:

    "If blacks in this country are so offended, no one is forcing them here. Why don't they pack up and move back to Africa where they will have to work for a living."

    It goes on to say the government will 'pay for it.'

    In a second post, Rone claims she was hacked.

    "If anyone knows me, I post about cows, recipes, and home improvements. Not racism."

    FOX13 confirmed Rone was a teacher at Batesville Intermediate School.

    A school district spokesperson told FOX1 the woman is no longer an employee of the South Panola School District.

    Rone still has the option to appeal.


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