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CVU girls play first game after ‘N word’ incident

High school girls read statement before CVU/Burr & Burton game about ‘racially insensitive’ social media post by a CVU player. Stillshot from JackMainTV Twitter video.

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6 replies »

  1. Forgive my insensitivity and lack of wokeness but…
    why should ANY comment made by anyone (other than a threat of imminent violence) be influencing the schedule of sporting events???

  2. This could have and should have been very-well-taken-care-of with an investigation, accountability for any students found to have misbehaved, and a brief and public communication of acknowledgement and information. Instead we had the principal making it into a gigantic grandstanding hurricane-like media festival featuring ginormous mea culpas and anti-racism pontifications. .

  3. If that word offends you, do not listen to the you tube audio book, the Hardy boys, the house on the cliff, end of chapter 8, and Franks comment.

  4. So sick of this pandering,,,,half the rap songs out there use this word,,,and half of those users are …..should I say black Americans?

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