City's First Black Female Firefighter Sues over Mural Depicting Her as White

City's First Black Female Firefighter Sues over Mural Depicting Her as White


The first black female firefighter in Boynton Beach, Florida, recently filed a lawsuit against the city for a mural that appeared to depict her as white.

“Latosha Clemons’ lawsuit against Boynton Beach claims the pioneering firefighter deserves more than $100,000 after she suffered damages ‘including, but not limited to, loss of income, relocation expenses and additional living expenses as a result of relocating,’” the New York Post reported Monday.

Florida city’s mural depicts first black female firefighter as white https://t.co/myISextaU8 pic.twitter.com/BISRnJDB1P

— New York Post (@nypost) October 12, 2021

The mural that was unveiled in 2020 before it was hastily removed, allegedly caused mental and emotional injury and “subjected her to ridicule, contempt, disgrace and/or humiliation,” her attorney, Arthur Schofield, stated in

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