Temecula Valley student who was targeted by racist graffiti says district tried to silence her

TVUSD official says student’s representation of a meeting to discuss a safety plan is inaccurate

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The Temecula Valley High School student who was the target of racist graffiti last month was asked by school officials to agree, among other things, not to negatively name students, school teams or activities on social media in exchange for increased protection on campus, including an escort to class, Valley News has learned. TVHS senior Solona Husband was first interviewed by Valley News in September when she complained about her school’s handling of a Confederate flag that a student painted on a senior parking space. Since then, she has been active on social media in describing issues of discrimination she says she sees as a black student at TVHS, starting the hashtag #TVHSneedschange, which caused students to share stories of bullying and racism at school. She has been targeted at
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