A Huntley High School student to be disciplined for taking extremely offensive racist pamphlets to school Friday.
The racist material was brought to the attention of to school administrators by Dubem Anikamaduand a group of Black high school students who found it on the doors of the lockers at school. “I never, really did not think someone would have the confidence to bring that type of thing to our school,” Anikamadu said.
“I was shocked. I never, really did not think someone would have the confidence to bring that type of thing to our school,” the student added. The text seems to have been downloaded from the internet, it contains the n-word in every other sentence.
“This is offending not just one race,” school officials claim, “but everyone,” though they still refuse to announce the form of the disciplinary action chosen for the offender.
The problem goes much further than the punishment for one unwise kid. As long as severely racist material are available to young students the whole educational system is at risk: no matter how hard the teachers may try to bring up tolerant and respectful citizens the racists from the Internet will still try to distort their views.