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W.Va. woman gets job back after racist post about first lady


2016.12.13 05:20

 The director of a West Virginia non-profit who was suspended for a racist post about Michelle Obama that sparked national outrage will return to work later this month, according to the Charleston Gazette-Mail

“It will be refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady in the White House. I’m tired of seeing a Ape in heels,” Pamela Ramsey Taylor, director of the Clay County Development Corp., wrote on Facebook last month.

Taylor is scheduled to return to work at the Clay County Development Corp. on Dec. 23, according to a letter from acting director Leslie McGlothin to the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services, the Gazette-Mail reported.

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