Texas County Judge Is Suspect In Vandalism Of Courthouse Segregation-Era ‘Negroes’ SignA Black elected official in Texas was in the spotlight late in 2020 when he was relegated to a basement office space that had the word “negroes” on a nearby archway, now the county judge who worked to 'resolve' the incident is a suspect in the segregation-era sign's vandalism.
Ellis County Constable Gets New Office Space Away From Offensive SignEllis County Judge Todd Little worked to make sure Constable Curtis Polk got an office of his own and out of the basement away from the offensive sign.
Outrage Over Ellis County's Only Black Elected Official Assigned Office Near Decades-Old Derogatory SignOver an archway, the word “negroes” appears in paint that’s chipped away over time. It marks the spot of a public water fountain Black residents were restricted to using.
Denton High Asst. Principal Howard Palmer Is Out After Investigation Into Racially Offensive Language On RecordingThe district put Palmer on leave on April 27, but told CBS 11 now that the investigation is complete, he will not return.