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Jussie Country: Another High School Race-Hoax Exposed in Sacramento

'As a community we need to loudly condemn this hateful act...'

(Headline USA) Two black female students at a California high school were identified as the culprits behind racist graffiti that included the N-word, according to local officials.

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said this week that video surveillance footage showed two black girls, who have not been publicly identified, write “All n****s should die” in pencil on the wall of Rosemont High School.

When the graffiti was first found, school officials denounced it as a targeted and hateful act and said they were committed to bringing those responsible to justice so they can continue “providing a safe and anti-racist learning environment for our students.”

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“We fully denounce all racist behavior, and will continue to do whatever we can to support our African-American community members who need to feel welcomed and loved at our schools,” Sacramento City Unified School District board president Christina Pritchett said at the time.

District Superintendent Jorge Aguilar also condemned the graffiti, saying, “Racist incidents will not be tolerated in our schools.”

“As a community we need to loudly condemn this hateful act,” he continued. “We will work to provide the support needed for our students and staff experiencing trauma from this incident as soon as possible.”

This is not the first time Sacramento’s schools have fallen for a race hoax. Just this past February, another black female student was caught writing “white” or “colored” over the water foundations at C.K. McClatchy High School.

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“There is no room for hate at Sac City Unified,” Sacramento City Unified School Board Member Lisa Murawksi said in a Feb. 12 release. “This racist graffiti is not a joke, it is not excusable, and it will not be tolerated.”

After the February incident, the school district vowed to “make the school system “more inclusive, supportive, culturally competent, and equitable” by updating libraries with “culturally relevant books.”

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