CAIR condemns racist graffiti 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.
TEMECULA (CNS) - The Council on American-Islamic Relations on Saturday condemned racist graffiti that targeted a student at Temecula Valley High School. "White supremacy, xenophobia and intolerance have no place in America, especially not in institutions of learning. We stand in solidarity with targeted minorities and against the actions of bigots who violate our nation's long-standing principles of tolerance and inclusion," CAIR's Los Angeles office said in a news release. The slurs were found scrawled on the school's gym doors Wednesday and were directed at student Solona Husband, a senior who previously spoke out against a September incident at the school involving a spray-painted Confederate flag, which was originally reported by Valley News. The following month, Husband created
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