Racist Graffiti Found at Gwinnett County, Georgia High School


Hate-filled graffiti was found on several buildings and sidewalks at a Gwinnett County high school in Georgia Tuesday morning.

Students who were leaving for a wrestling tournament were the first to discover the graffiti at Collins Hill High School, according to WSB-TV.

Gwinnett County Public Schools spokeswoman Sloan Roach told the Gwinnett Daily Post that the graffiti was found in several areas behind the school, which included trailers and sidewalks. The markings appeared to include racist language, swastikas and references to the KKK and Donald Trump.

The school’s stadium was also defaced.

“Our goal is to find out who’s behind this damage and prosecute them,” Roach told the Post. “It’s upsetting to those at school as well as those in community. It’s sad that people act out this way, more so that they do it at a school.”

It is unclear if the act was committed by students or members of the community.

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Source: Black Voices | Philip Lewis

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