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I believe that MCCSC’s endemic, demonstrable, and institutional racism has caused me

$10,000 worth of damage. MCCSC’s deprivation of my due process rights, employment of racial
discrimination, unlawful denial of access to my financial records, unlawful denial of access to
medical services, attacks on my professional reputation, judgement, and duties through
disingenuous actors whose stated goals were to “establish a pattern of dissatisfactory
performance” represent exactly the manner in which they have consistently created an
educational institution whose licensed workforce diversity, since its inception, has displayed an
appaling level of acquiescence to the known and negative effects such a workforce creates
among educators and students.

Because I do not believe that MCCSC compensating me monetarily will help MCCSC to change
their demonstrated and consistent indifference to perpetuating demonstrable and observable
institutional racism, I have compiled a list of 10 items I believe will help MCCSC become a better
and more just educational institution.

Each of the following compensatory actions are worth $1000 to me and their fulfillment will
constitute my feeling adequately compensated.

Any of the following compensatory actions MCCSC decides they would not like to perform will
result in my feeling that $1000 is owed to me (i.e. if MCCSC decides to commit to completing 6
of the following 10 actions, I will not feel wholly compensated unless those 6 actions accompany
a $4000 payment to myself as MCCSC will have chosen not to perform 4 of the following
compensatory actions).

These first three compensatory actions are non-negotiable and have no equivalent monetary
value. No further negotiations will take place until they are agreed to.

1. One workday’s worth of access to my original Google Drive Folder


● No action other than copying my Drive folder’s content will be undertaken
2. One workday’s worth of access to my Outlook email server
● No messages will be sent
● No action other than copying and documenting my correspondences will be undertaken
3. One workday’s worth of access to my Canvas sites
● No grades will be changed/altered
● No messages sent
● No documents created
● No action other than copying and documenting my original lessons will be undertaken
● This can be performed once final grades are submitted.

Compensatory Actions

1. A letter of apology from Dr. Mobley that addresses:


a. The disingenuous manner in which she interacted with me during this
investigation
b. The negative and unprofessional impact her implicit biases had in our
interactions
c. Her plans on addressing her implicit biases so that she does not subject future
minority educators to similar levels of institutional racism
2. A letter of apology from Mr. Akers that addresses:
a. His frequent and consistent employment of boundary heightening in relation to
myself and my job duties
b. The negative and unprofessional impact his implicit biases had in our interactions
c. His plans on addressing his implicit biases so that he does not subject future
minority educators to similar levels of institutional racism
3. A positive letter of recommendation from Dr. Mobley
4. A positive letter of recommendation from Mr. Akers
5. Mr. Akers will no longer excuse himself from CRT trainings at faculty meetings and will
compulsorily attend any culturally relevant trainings put on by/for/with the district that do
not conflict with his job duties
6. Dr. Mobley and Mr. Akers will enroll in an accredited course whose subject covers topics
of how administrators can best serve and encourage positive work environments for
diverse workforces and success for diverse students
7. The Coordinator of Diversity Opportunities will be granted the ability to investigate and
recommend plans of redress to the board for them to publically vote on whether or not to
implement.
a. A system of reporting diversity issues among educators and faculty will be set up
which reports to the Coordinator of Diversity Opportunities
8. MCCSC will distribute a flyer to Mr. Suggs’ students as well as make a call home to each
of his students’ parents disseminating the time, date, and nature of a public question and
answer session he will hold without any affiliation with MCCSC to explain to his students
what happened to him from his point of view.
9. MCCSC will set up a public question and answer session in the Co-Lab to discuss the
events surrounding Mr. Suggs’ administrative leave
a. This meeting will be paneled by Dr. Mobley, Mr. Akers, and Mr. Suggs alone and
moderated by the Coordinator for Diversity Opportunities
10. BHSN will create a Future Minority Educators of America club that will encourage
minority participation and focus on exploring the opportunities and challenges minority
educators and students face and have faced in the educational landscape of the modern
and historical United States.