EXCLUSIVE – A Black equity director who worked at a taxpayer-backed California community college, accused her former employer of racial discrimination, retaliation and First Amendment violations after she committed thought crimes – “ideological discretion[s]” – that weren’t in line with the administration’s radical “antiracism,” according to a lawsuit filed Monday.
The lawsuit, filed by the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism (FAIR) said that De Anza Community College created a racially hostile environment for Dr. Tabia Lee and then fired her because she wasn’t being “the right type of Black person.” Namely, Lee did not support an extreme critical race theory agenda to “decenter whiteness.”
Lee, as faculty director for the Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education, told Fox News Digital that she wanted people of all races, genders and sexual orientations to be included. She described witnessing minority groups – such as White gays and lesbians and Jews – being excluded from the “antiracist” mission.
“I was told that I was attempting to erase BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color) voices and to whitewash the Office of Equity,” Dr. Tabia Lee told Fox News Digital. “Accusations…