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By Elisha Fieldstadt
Two South California high school students will face "serious consequences" after the photo was captured by a racist "call" sign. The photograph of the label caused resentment among students, former students and parents in social media
Head of Palos Verdes High School, dr. Allan Tyner, on Wednesday, said in a statement that he would "meet with all schoolchildren, class by" review "appropriate behavior, and how unacceptable the use of painful racial cracks, such as a recent photo in social media. "
On Thursday, a photo shared by several outrageous Instagram and Twitter users shows two teenagers with a student name, then" you are a racer but I would like to give you something to go with me for a prize. " the real letters of the name and sentence were capitalized and highlighted to clarify the N-word. Tyner named the interlocutor who was sent to parents on Tuesday evening a "slang term for African Americans", which was received by NBC News.
"I am delighted by our studen the direct response of those and families to social media, which makes it very clear that our community does not support this behavior, ”Tyner added:
He said school officials were investigating who took the picture and if someone was involved in photography. NBC News has highlighted students' faces and letters
It is unclear who originally posted an online photo. 14th Ava McCoy, a pioneer of Palos Verdes high school, said NBC News that none of the photos in the photo provided any social media accounts.
"I think the mark is very offensive and very malicious," said McCoy. "I think this behavior is intolerable and students have to be taught about this issue."
The Pala Verdes Police Department said that on Wednesday the Department would have more space in schools because it had recently published social media messages. "
The prize of Palos Verdes High School is scheduled for Saturday, a theme of" desire on the star. " about the promise of racial promo signs in social media Last year, a student of Florida published a picture in which he held a sign saying, "If I was black, I took cotton, but I was white, so I'll take you 4 away?" , New York and Texas, similar signs recorded this year