More than a thousand students and alumni from Concord High School are asking officials to condemn racism in the school district. In an online petition , they’re calling for officials to publicly support Black Lives Matter, remove police from school, diversify staff and curriculum, and call out racism in the classroom when they see it. “Students have repeatedly voiced their concerns regarding racial injustices throughout the district. You have repeatedly chosen to ignore or minimize their voices,” organizers of the petition wrote. “Students have voiced that their race dictates their experience of safety in school buildings. Students have voiced their concerns, and you have failed them.” The petition was co-written and led by Seneth Waterman, a 2012...
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Concord High School Alumni Want Better Response On Race