Another U.S. high school student in hot water after being caught distributing 'N-word passes'

Police have cited a student for disorderly conduct at Oconomowoc High School in Oconomowoc, Wis., for distributing an “N-word pass” to fellow students, granting the holder permission to use the racial slur.
The student copied a photo of a “pass” from Instagram and printed it at home, distributing the pass to about 10 other students on Feb. 13, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“Oconomowoc High School and the Oconomowoc Area School District condemns this hate speech,” superintendent Roger J. Rindo said in a statement to WISN. “These kinds of words and actions are not tolerated in our schools. We understand the moral responsibility we have to continue our efforts in creating a culture of inclusion where racism is not tolerated. We are so very sorry that the actions of one of our students deeply offended and hurt people. There is no place for it in our schools or in our community.” Rindo did not immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle’s requests for comment.
The student who distributed the passes was disciplined by the school and referred to the police department, according to the Journal Sentinel. 
“We will not allow the negative actions of one student to define our school culture. Our student body will continue to be defined by the thousands of service hours our students perform annually and by their continued engagement in meaningful experiences that improve their school and the Oconomowoc community,” principal Jason Curtis said.
Surprisingly, just a day before the incident occurred in Wisconsin, another school faced a similar situation in Maryland, in which several students were caught by staff trading the “N-word passes” during their lunch hour.
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4 comments:

  1. One does not need a pass to speak freely, it is granted first by God almighty, and then granted again by the 1st amendment. If anyone feels they have the right to prevent others from exercising this right, then I suggest they learn to live with others and except that which cannot hurt them. Free speech does not mean you can say what you wish so long as everyone agrees with it. Seems that it is ok to say Ni--g-er in all this crap music you hear today. If it is so offensive why do you sing and dance to it?

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  2. It would be wise to not regurgitate this new meme term "hate speech". Like the rest of the catch phrases and buzzwords, it is designed to be evocative and lead to further loss of Constitutionally protected rights.

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  3. So anyone saying cracker, honky, peckerwood, will get EQUAL treatment?
    This is just a war on White.

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  4. Yes it is, if it wasn't the senate would also pass a law making it a crime for staging a hoax racist attack. There is no difference between the two, they each are committed by racist. The hoax racist stunts would stop real fast if they knew they were going to jail. Not one of the perpetrators of a hoax attack has ever gone to jail and he won't either. Whites are the enemy in this country.

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