Protest planned for Thursday after TVUSD teacher says she was racially profiled

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Some Temecula Valley Unified educators are planning a protest at Red Hawk Elementary School this Thursday after a teacher at that school said she was confronted outside the site in an incident she believes was motivated by race.The incident took place the morning of Friday, Aug. 14, as Tiffany Suetos, a physical education teacher, was taking pictures outside Red Hawk Elementary to prepare her bitmoji classroom ahead of the all-online start to the school year.It was Suetos’ first time on Red Hawk’s campus, she said — she has worked as a P.E. teacher at nearby Helen Hunt Jackson Elementary for a few years and now works at both school sites.She said the vice principal and custodian of the school had shown her around campus, and she was at a wall displaying class mascots befo
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