Pittsburgh H.S. Student Expelled After Racist Snapchat Post


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In suburban Pittsburgh, officials in the Highlands School District say a student has been removed from school after in connection with posting a disturbing fake license to hunt and kill black people.

The paper ‘license’ was posted to Snapchat and some students in Natrona Heights were carrying them in their wallets.

The document included the N-word, and said the holder is ‘permitted to hunt and kill black people during open season, from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.’  One student reported the incident to the principal last Thursday, who began an investigation and notified school district officials.

District Superintendent Dr. Michael Bjalobok told KDKA TV:

“It’s just a horrible type of situation. Totally unacceptable to the Highlands School District. We will not tolerate this and we’re going to definitely follow our board policy in issuing consequences for this action,”

The student was expelled.



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