Students rally at Temecula Valley High School to protest ongoing concerns about racism

Students stormed out of Temecula Valley High School on Monday to protest their ongoing concerns about discrimination at the school after a string of racist graffiti and other race-related incidents. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Temecula Valley High School students walked out of school Monday to protest what they described as school administrators’ failure to protect the rights of minority students and mishandling of incidences of racist and hate speech on campus.Led by senior Solona Husband, a group of more than two dozen teenagers marched through campus during break, chanting things like “education is a right, not just for the rich and white” and “no hate speech on our campus” before storming through the high school’s administration building to rally at the school’s front entrance.“I have always dealt with racism on this campus but I always suffered in silence,” Husband said at the protest. “I dealt with so much racism and hatred that I lost myself and became a miserable and depressed
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