San Francisco Board of Education Vice President Alison Collins has been stripped of her leadership position and removed from a role on any committees.
This comes after tweets from 2016 resurfaced in which Collins, who is Black, referenced the Asian-American community, white supremacy and racism.
The board approved the no-confidence measure with a 5-2 vote.
The members who authored the measure say Collins has failed to accept responsibility for her words, and should resign.
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In the event she does not resign, the resolution also calls for Collins' removal from all board committees for the duration of her term, effectively immediately.