San Francisco School Board Member Demands $87 Million for ‘Spiritual Damage to Her Soul’

The San Francisco school board member caught calling Asian American students “house n****r” and accusing them of using “white supremacist thinking” was removed from her board committee posts.

Now she’s suing the other board members for $87 million, claiming, among other things, she has suffered “spiritual injury to her soul.”

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Alison Collins claims her other damages include “pain, inconvenience, severe mental distress, several emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life, humiliation, harm to self-image, injury to career … fear, discomfort, misery, anxiety, and suffering.”

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The complaint is in a federal lawsuit Collins has filed in San Francisco against the other members of the board and the school district, reports the San Francisco Chronicle.


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