Racist messages found written on doors at Temecula Valley High School

Racist messages found scrawled on two doors at Temecula Valley High School prompted administrators to launch an investigation Thursday. Students drew over one of the messages with language condemning hate before administration wiped both doors clean. Photo courtesy of Solona Husband via Twitter.
Racist messages were found scrawled on doors at Temecula Valley High School, leading school administrators to conduct an investigation Thursday.Images of one of the messages, which were written on gym doors and use the offensive racial slur commonly known as the “n-word” to describe a student, began circulating on social media Thursday morning.Temecula Valley Unified School District spokeswoman Laura Boss said school administrators became aware of the messages around that same time and began reviewing security camera footage from the area.Solona Husband, the TVHS senior whose name is referenced in the messages, said she found out about them late Wednesday night when a fellow student sent her a picture of one of the doors. Husband was previously interviewed by Valley News in
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