A U.S. woman who taught Spanish for 14 years at the University of Pittsburgh is suing the school for discrimination, claiming that her contract was not renewed because the mainly Latin American faculty objected to her European-accented Spanish.

The academic staff of the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures voted in October 2010 against extending the contract of Sarah Williams, who left her post at the university last June.



Prof Claims She Was Discriminated by Latin American Spanish Speakers | Fox News Latino.

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