Two white college students at Palos Verdes Excessive College are going through disciplinary motion after a picture of their racist “promposal” surfaced on social media.
The 2 college students are holding an indication within the image that reads, “You might be racist however I might give something so that you can go along with me to promenade.” The invitation lettering has daring punctuations on the letters within the phrases that spell the N-word.
Palos Verdes Excessive College Principal Allan Tyner referred to as the register query merely unacceptable. “This life lesson is vital and is one that college and residential should companion to show,” he stated in a press release. “On the similar time, I’m heartened by the speedy response by our college students and households on social media that make it very clear that our group doesn’t help this habits.”
College officers have reportedly recognized the scholars and are nonetheless searching for different college students who had been concerned.
Cheyenne Bryant, the native NAACP president, advised CBSLA that Tyner wouldn’t meet with the group to debate the incident. “The principal right here at Palos Verdes Excessive College wouldn’t even come out and handle us,” stated Bryant.
Tyner did say he plans to satisfy with all college students at his faculty to evaluate acceptable habits and “how using hurtful racial slurs just like the one used on this current image posted on social media is unacceptable.”
For the reason that two college students are minors, their names weren’t launched.