White Teacher Defends Saying “N**ga” Throws Black Student Into Rage Fit Because…[WATCH]

White Teacher Defends Saying “N**ga” Throws Black Student Into Rage Fit Because…[WATCH]

As we all know, school is neither the time nor the place to challenge or debate accepted ideas. In a two-minute long video recently uploaded to Twitter, a white substitute teacher discusses the n-word with one of his black students. This goes about as well as you’d expect and comes complete with the shocked looks on the faces of quiet classmates who don’t know how to react.

The white teacher, referred to as Coach Ryan has been confirmed to be working at the Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans, Louisiana and a spokesperson has confirmed that Coach Ryan is currently being investigated, but they did not release the teacher’s full name and were unable to provide a comment because it is still an open case.

A partial transcript printed in Law Newz gives a hint to the half conversation, half argument:

“That’s racist as sh-t,” the student said. “Why can you not understand that it’s racist for a white man to say ‘n—-r’ to a black man? It’s f–king racist.”

The student rhetorically asked white classmates if they’d say it.

“F–k no, they wouldn’t say ‘n—-r,’” he said.

Coach Ryan continues his argument, saying that it’s one thing to say the n-word 50 years ago, but nowadays it’s a “commoditized word” that anyone can use. The exchange continues and Coach Ryan says that the word is used by singers all the time:

“By black men,” the student countered. “By black men.” He pointed out that even Eminem, a white rapper, never uses the slur in his songs.

The teacher didn’t buy that.

“If you say a word, it means friend,” he said. “If I say a word, it means something different.”


“That’s not true.”

You’ll have to watch the video to see the reaction, but the craziest part is where the teacher flat out states, “Nobody says ‘n—-r.'”

So far, a petition has been started by a former student who now threatens to withhold donations.

You can WATCH the video here (NSFW):

In John Hawkins’ new book, ‘Things Young Adults Should Know’, he teaches that you shouldn’t put anything on social media you would be uncomfortable with the whole world seeing. In this case, Coach Ryan had no choice, but I think it’s an important conversation that deserves to see the light of day.

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Margaret M.

Internet Specialist at Warfare Media.

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