In the system of white terrorism, language is very important. Six white female terrorists have been suspended from Desert Vista High School in Ahwatukee, Arizona. These white teen girls wore shirts that when placed in unison spelled out the word nigger.
Two of these white ISIS members had asterik symbols in place of the letter G. A Tempe Union High School District spokeswoman Jill Hanks was quoted as saying:
“We are aware and absolutely outraged by this behavior. The students involved will be disciplined in accordance with district policy and while we don’t discuss specific discipline I can tell you that we will be addressing the obvious need for sensitivity training in this case.”
This photo was taken as seniors at this temporary internment camp were taking photos for this high school’s yearbook. These six white Al Qaeda members wore these shirts for a much larger message that included other students, spelling out “Best * You’ve * Ever * Seen * Class* Of * 2016.” Bruce Kipper, principal for Mountain Pointe High School, sent emails to parents with this message:
“I want to address the offensive social media post that many of you have seen this morning. I was made aware by several students that a picture of some female students was going around on social media. Six female students at Desert Vista High School were in the picture each wearing a blue shirt that spelled out a racially offensive word.
I immediately notified our Associate Superintendent, Dr. Kevin Mendivil, at the district office. He indicated that district administration was already aware of the photo. Dr. Mendivil indicated that the Principal at Desert Vista High School was extremely upset about the situation and was handling it appropriately.
It is unfortunate that in 2016 these types of situations are still an issue. It just points out that we as Americans have a lot of work still to do. I want to assure every one of our families that I am proud of our diversity and believe it is the single biggest strength we have as an educational community.
I also want to assure our families that the Mountain Pointe staff is committed to assuring that every student has an equal opportunity to pursue a world-class education and attain the goals and dreams they have. We have not and will never tolerate any type of offensive behavior directed at a single student or group of students. Please take this opportunity and use it as a learning experience.
Take time to have a conversation with your children and talk about the damaging effects these types of decisions have, not only on them, but on others around them. Thank you for all of your support and please do not hesitate to contact me if needed.”