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On the day after Donald J. Trump was declared the President-elect, an incident in a Michigan middle school became big news when video of kids chanting “build a wall” was deemed a “racist” attack on students of color. Now the school is dealing with the backlash from that video and it has some parents upset at the student who posted the footage online.
Some Hispanic students later claimed the chants “scared” them and on the day the chant erupted in the school’s cafeteria, school officials even called police on the kids. Local news reports noted that the Royal Oak police department stationed officers outside the school on the day the chant rang out and for several days afterward.
CNN deemed the video an example of “racism” and recently noted that the “collateral damage” from the video is growing.
originally posted by: misterhistory
a reply to: DBCowboy
Pretty much, anything beyond just converting O2 into CO2 are words you can not say.