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Hoax alert: ‘Non-white’ high school student admits to racial slur and ‘White Lives Matter’ graffiti

A Missouri high school student, identified merely as “non-white,” has admitted to writing the “N word” and “White Lives Matter” on a school bathroom mirror.

The graffiti at Chesterfield’s Parkway Central High School was discovered by a female student back on November 15 and immediately reported to school administrators.

Principal Timothy McCarthy thereafter “addressed the school’s African-American students and staff, saying he’s deeply sorry they had to experience” the messages.

Though the situation turned out to be a hoax, district officials stressed the “teachable moment“: Superintendent Keith Marty noted the student’s actions don’t “diminish the hurt it caused or the negative impact it has had on [the] community,” and said “we were all surprised and hurt by this.”

Principal McCarthy said in an email letter that the student “violated the school discipline code” and would face consequences, according to Fox-2 in St. Louis.

From McCarthy’s letter:

In the days and weeks ahead, we will continue our work of supporting the PCH community, especially our students. This incident caused significant harm to and within our school community by provoking feelings of hurt and distrust. The use of the N-word, in the context of the message on the bathroom mirror, provoked feelings of hate, not love. As I stated last week, actions and speech which degrade an individual’s human dignity have no place in school; they have no place at Central High. As we move forward, our efforts will be focused on repairing the harm we have experienced while deepening our sense of community.  Understanding, respect and love will continue to be our guideposts. These are the values inherent in any successful and healthy school community; I believe these are the values we share within the PCH community.

Superintendent Marty added “it is important to understand why this happened and why we are often quick to assume who is responsible.”

Surely the superintendent can figure out that the first part of his statement is directly related to the second … ?

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  • Seriouslady

    Moral to this story, don’t assume until you get the facts, non-whites are as racist as whites and some want to cause trouble between the races.

  • presskeptic

    But, if ‘White Lives Matter’ is a racist statement, how is it different than its predecessor?

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  • WereTurtle

    “It’s ok, because he is only drawing attention to the things that happen every day but no one reports.”

    That is how it will be defended.

  • Byrd Westbrook

    Well, it’s okay to be black . . . or white . . . or both at the same time.

  • 8675310

    I am distressed that the principal said he was deeply sorry that students were exposed to this message. Raising snowflakes? Don’t do that. The world is real. It’s where they will have to live. Anytime you see officials like this try to shelter students from the reality of politics, you are seeing indoctrination, not education, ie. safe spaces. If the principal had used the incident to highlight the problems with Marxists convincing students that lies are truths, that would be education.

    • MerlynnSage1

      It was also to say it was a teaching moment and then double down. He taught the wrong thing. They need to be taught that there will still be justice and apologize to the white students who were being accused.

  • Chris Turner

    The lesson here is there is a sucker born every minute.

    • Mike

      The lesson is that whites are suckers.