Disciplinary Action Has Been Taken Against White Students Chanting KKK In Discusting Video

Published On March 22, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

The Wake County, North Carolina school system is now forced to deal with another racially charged incident, this time in regards to Leesville Road Middle School. Some of the students from the school were caught on camera chanting “KKK” and making derogatory  and harassing remarks toward other students.

In the clip, the kids can be heard chanting “If you’re in America, we don’t accept blacks, Jews, Arabs or Hispanics.”

“Go back to the fields of Alabama,” one student says. “Go back to the factories in Mississippi. You don’t deserve freedom.”

After the initial uproar that took place over the video that was shown via social media, Leesville Principal Cindy Kremer left a voice message for all parents, updating them on the steps that were being taken in regards to addressing the situation.

“Here at Leesville Road Middle School, the expectation is that we adhere to high standards for all students,” Kremer said. “This video violates those standards, and its messages will not be condoned in our school.”

According to the News & Observer, the school staff has been made aware of the video on Wednesday, and claim that they have already taken disciplinary action against the students after an investigation was officially complete.

However, in the meantime, officials are taking out the time to discuss what should be done to prevent future incidents, such as the one that took place.

“It’s disturbing,” Lisa Luten, a Wake County Schools spokeswoman, told the site. “It’s concerning, and it’s something we’re having conversations about, whether a larger action needs to be taken.”

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