Michael Hanson, Fresno Unified School District superintendent, called African American and Latino students “black and brown” pupils in an email to teachers. Some of them, as well as some parents, are offended by the word choice.
Michael Hanson, Fresno Unified School District superintendent, called African American and Latino students “black and brown” pupils in an email to teachers. Some of them, as well as some parents, are offended by the word choice. Fresno Bee file
Michael Hanson, Fresno Unified School District superintendent, called African American and Latino students “black and brown” pupils in an email to teachers. Some of them, as well as some parents, are offended by the word choice. Fresno Bee file

FUSD leader’s email about ‘black and brown’ students sparks outrage

September 12, 2016 11:37 AM

UPDATED September 13, 2016 12:58 PM

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