Lisle High School student endures anti-Muslim rant from teaching assistant over hijab

Chicago's Afternoon News

"I was talking to a student about having a culture day, and this teacher decided to interject on her thoughts about racism and background checks."- Zoya Shaik

Zoya Shaik said she was subjected to a racist rant in health class by a teaching assistant at Lisle High School (via-WGN-TV).

Lisle High School student Zoya Shaik and her mother Sara Sadat joins Steve Bertrand on Chicago’s Afternoon News to share Zoya’s story about harassment she faced from a teaching assistant because of her hijab.

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