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Everett superintendent files suit against mayor, School Committee, alleging racism, sexism, and retaliation
Everett Superintendent Priya Tahiliani filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Mayor Carlo DeMaria and several other School Committee members accusing them of racism and discrimination after they voted two weeks prior not to renew her contract.