Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Kansas City Northland School District Crackdown Against Racist E-mail Blast

Threatening language and nasty tech confront parents and the NEXTGEN, here's what local schools are doing about it . . . Read more:

'Those filters are not set up to catch the N-word': Racist email sent to metro students, staff

PLATTE CITY, Mo. -- A letter steeped in hate was sent to hundreds in Platte County. Nina Mathews says her 15-year-old daughter, a sophomore at Platte County High School, was traumatized after receiving a Google document, sent to her school email address, with a lengthy, hateful message directed at African-Americans.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Probably more fake news, we all know how people like making shit up for attention

Anonymous said...

Poor little 15 year old snowflake. Traumatized.
I am sure that she has NEVER heard that word before, anywhere.

Anonymous said...

^^^Hears it everyday in the music she listens to.

Anonymous said...

8:42 Absolutely correct.

Anonymous said...

Hey 7:38, she learns that stuff through you...

Byron Funkhouser said...

Why do white people try so hard to prove that they are inferior to the other races?

Anonymous said...

^^You fucking idiot we don't have to try and do squat. Like you the assholes heap tons of evidence in our laps and we have to just throw out the truth and facts to prove it.

Anonymous said...

Sticks and stones...