This still how y’all coming in 2020? This is NOT ok. My boy sent me this and all I know is they’re from Nutley but can we come together to expose their racist asses? pic.twitter.com/Yt73ddpQB9— Justice Cintron (@offbrandmaui) January 2, 2020
New Jersey – School officials in an Essex County school district have issued a statement after a video posted on social media showed a group of high school girls using racial slurs.
The video, originally posted on Snapchat on New Year’s Day, depicts several unidentified Nutley High School students using the N-word. The girls in the video are white.
Nutley school officials issued a statement Thursday condemning the video.
“While we cannot comment on the specifics of our investigation, please be assured that the Nutley Public School District condemns all acts of bigotry, racism and hate,” Superintendent Dr. Julie Glazer said in the statement.