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Two students have filed a lawsuit against The Evergreen State College and its former women’s basketball coach Jennifer Schooler. On June 12, the women’s attorney, Ada Wong with AKW Law of Mountlake Terrace, filed a tort claim, which is a prerequisite for suing the state, with the state Department of Enterprise Services Office of Risk Management.
The 15-page complaint for damages was filed by Sha Marica D. It stated that the women are claiming damages of 0,000 each.
The second plaintiff, Wilson, played on the women’s basketball team during the 2015-16 school year.
Wilson arrived in the fall of 2015, and due to academic ineligibility was placed on redshirt status, Schooler wrote.
It states that the coach used the term “ghetto” and employed race-baiting tactics to motivate her team with statements such as “If you think that white students feel intimidated by black players, they don’t.” It also states that on multiple occasions Schooler harassed Scott about the woman she was dating and made offensive remarks about her Gay Pride T-shirt.
Museums have been a part of human history for over 2000 years but they weren’t always like the moderns ones we visited today.“I went out of my way to include her as we have with former players who have been married,” Schooler wrote. 1, 2016, when she said she wanted to report discrimination and verbal abuse by Schooler.Scott said she and other students of color felt they had to put up with discrimination and abuse to remain on the team, according to Mastin’s report. S District Court’s Western Washington district in Tacoma.According to the latest court documents, Scott and Wilson are seeking damages for “intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress and racial and sexual orientation discrimination.” When asked for a comment on the lawsuit, college spokesman Zach Powers said: “The college conducted an investigation and took appropriate action.” According to the claim, Scott was a walk-on player on the women’s basketball team during the 2014-15 school year and “endured racially based discrimination, epithets, intimidation and public humiliation” from Schooler.