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Amy Roth, a special education teacher and volleyball coach, in Jefferson County, Kentucky comments on photo of black protesters blocking highway to run them over, saying they will blend in with the pavement [PHOTO]

Amy Roth is a special education teacher, and volleyball coach, in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Recently, a video from May, of black protesters blocking traffic has gained traction, being reshared, again. When it hit Roth's Facebook timeline, she commented "Full speed ahead. Don't worry they'll blend in with the pavement."

Amy Roth is a special education teacher, and volleyball coach, in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Recently, a video from May, of black protesters blocking traffic has gained traction, being reshared, again. When it hit Roth's Facebook timeline, she commented "Full speed ahead. Don't worry they'll blend in with the pavement."By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Recently, a video from May, during the height of the George Floyd protests, have resurfaced, on Facebook. Just as they originally were, many people not a part of the culture, seem offended by this. The man being killed by the police, to them, wasn’t as offensive as the protesting.

It’s unfortunate that these people do not understand why the protesting became as strong as it did. The police have claimed many innocent lives, but predominantly those of color. These are facts that some ignore and then bring their “alternative facts” into question.

Amy Roth is an educator, for Jefferson County Public Schools, in the state of Kentucky. She works as a special education teacher and a volleyball coach. When the video of the black protesters blocking traffic hit her timeline, Roth commented “Full speed ahead. Don’t worry they’ll blend in with the pavement,” but tried to apologize, once confronted, and called out for her racist comment.

Read Amy Roth’s Facebook comment below:

Amy Roth is a special education teacher, and volleyball coach, in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Recently, a video from May, of black protesters blocking traffic has gained traction, being reshared, again. When it hit Roth's Facebook timeline, she commented "Full speed ahead. Don't worry they'll blend in with the pavement."

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