Massachusetts Teen’s Racist SnapChat Goes Viral
A Massachusetts teenager’s racist SnapChat video is making national headlines. According to MassLive.com, a South Hadley High School student who hasn’t been identified (yet) blasted black people and the LGBT community saying;
“Black lives don’t matter, they should be out there picking my cotton, and they should do my [expletive] work for me.
“I think I’m living pretty good. Like, all my friends are white, none of them are gay and we drink on the weekends, we all Juul [a nicotine vape device,] it’s actually a pretty good life,” she said in another. “I’m not a piece of s—. And any queer, any black person, that’s a piece of s— because black people literally look like s—.”
So far school administrators are dragging their feet on disciplinary actions for the teen because the video was not recorded on school grounds.
“It was an incident that happened and did not happen on South Hadley High School grounds and was not directed at a South Hadley High School student,” Vice Principal Patrick Lemiuex said. “That behavior is not tolerated at South Hadley High School and is being dealt with appropriately.”
Students are now protesting administration’s decision not to expel the student and walked out of classes while wearing red in solidarity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLQwU3y8c6bw6YL4qLADKnYyvwS-ptxxxP&v=dU4z097mzdg
Fight the power, kids.
What action do YOU think should be taken against this rancid racist teen???