If her side of the story holds, the woman at the center of the NAACP race flap should not only get her job back, she should be the model for the kind of caring worker the federal government needs more of.
You can read the latest update in the saga here.
Postscript -- Meanwhile, more light is being shined on the role of the White House in both the "resignation" of the woman and now in the possible "reinstatement" of the woman. The scrutiny indicates that this fluttering White House is more interested in looking good than in doing the right thing. Leadership, anyone? But as always you be the judge.