A California school district fired a longtime campus supervisor for encouraging students to film police as they brutalized a black student during a fight on campus, the woman claims in court.

Shenetta Toney claims she was fired for engaging in protected speech when Lodi Unified School District administrators reprimanded and fired her for telling students to film police brutality.

She sued the school district and a fellow supervisor in San Joaquin County Court on Tuesday, alleging a history of racial discrimination and harassment.

She sued the high school principal and personnel director in Federal Court on Monday.

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