Black community leaders say racism behind Salt Lake superintendent's leave

Posted on AllSides July 14th, 2022
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Black community leaders allege racial discrimination is behind the Salt Lake City School Board's decision to ask Timothy Gadson III, the first Black superintendent of a Utah school district, to resign.

Driving the news: Gadson was appointed one year ago.

Sources told KUTV that his critics have called him "loud" and intimidating, and alleged "favoritism" because he had hired other Black administrators.

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