Lawsuit Targets Management of Black Educators’ Group
The original founder of the National Alliance of Black School Educators has sued the organization, contending that its executive director should be removed from office because he has mismanaged it.
The lawsuit, filed last month by Charles D. Moody, represents the latest turn in a dispute within the Washington-based organization, which was formed 35 years ago to support African-American youths and educators. This fall, the group’s then-president, founders, and several of its former presidents raised concerns about the group’s financial management.
At the alliance’s annual fall conference last month, members were treated to two presentations on its fiscal situation: a critical one by its then-president, and a reassuring one by its executive director, Quentin R. Lawson. Each reportedly...
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