Family accused of racial profiling speaks out, teacher responds

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Protesters against racism and supporters of Red Hawk Elementary School P.E. teacher Tiffany Suetos arrive back to the school after marching in solidarity on Aug. 25, 2020. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
The pair whose verbal altercation with a Temecula teacher triggered accusations of racial profiling and a protest gathering said they acted out of concern that someone was taking photos of their home, according to a police report and interviews conducted with Valley News. However, the teacher involved in the confrontation said regardless of their intentions, she feels the couple’s actions reflected unconscious bias. The altercation took place at Red Hawk Elementary School in the morning, Aug. 14, when Tiffany Suetos, a physical education teacher, said the vice principal and custodian of the school had been showing her around campus before walking alone down to one of the school’s fields where she began to take photos for her online classroom. That’s when Suetos, who is Black
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