Four New York City Department of Education executives plan to sue the city, claiming they were demoted by because they are white, according to the New York Post.

The four reportedly claimed Chancellor Richard Carranza has created “an environment which is hostile toward whites” and that they were demoted for less qualified people of color.

“These decisions are being made because DOE leadership believes that skin color plays a role in how to get equity — that white people can’t convey the message,” an unidentified source familiar with the complaints told the Post.


According to The New York Times, Carranza has taken a series of steps since he took office just more than a year ago aimed at reducing racial disparities within

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