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A New Jersey professor claimed her Newark school "publicly lynched" her after she was indefinitely suspended for remarks she made recently on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."

Lisa Durden taught communications and pop culture classes at Essex County College in the Brick City.

Earlier this month, she went on Carlson's program to defend a "blacks-only" Memorial Day celebration.

"Boo hoo hoo - you white people are angry because you couldn’t use your white privilege card to get invited to the Black Lives Matter's all black, Memorial Day celebration," Durden told Carlson.

Carlson had said that Black Lives Matter claims to fight segregationist rhetoric, but that their Memorial Day plans contradict that.

Two days later, Durden arrived on campus to news that she had been "indefinitely suspended" by the school.

Durden later told the Newark Star-Ledger that the administration "humiliated" her.

"Essex County College publicly lynched me in front of my students," she said.

Watch the clip above and check out the debate with Durden below.


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