A San Francisco school board member accused her colleagues and the school district in a lawsuit on Wednesday in retaliation, saying they stripped her of her position as vice president and sent her to her for tweets about Asian Americans in 2016. She was removed from the committee, thus violating her right to freedom of speech. .
In a lawsuit filed in the Federal Court of San Francisco, Alison Collins (Alison Collins) sought US$72 million in general compensation from the school district and five board members who supported a vote of no confidence, and from each of the same board of directors. The board of directors seeks punitive damages of US$3 million. member.