VMHS alumni ask community to sign a letter demanding change at MVUSD

This is a screenshot of a call to action letter campaign that was written and presented by four former graduates of Vista Murrieta High School in response to social media posts that were released over the weekend of a racist group chat in 2014-2015 involving then-VMHS students. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Jeff Pack Staff Writer In response to the surfacing of screenshots of a group chat that contained heinous violent images and content of a racist nature, a group of four Vista Murrieta High School graduates is circulating a letter campaign call to action to influence change that they say is needed in the Murrieta Unified School District.  Mili Patel, at 2016 VMHS graduate and graduate of UCLA, sent the letter to Valley News on Saturday night.  “Myself along with other VMHS alumni across many years have written a call to action for diversity, equality and inclusion addressed to the Murrieta Valley Unified School District,” she said in the email.  The letter was also signed by 2015 graduates John Bennett (Colgate 2019 and current Stanford PhD student) and Jet Lewis (SUNY E
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