Part of a conversation on Snapchat appears to show its users discussing black Americans by using demeaning language and images. The Clovis Unified School District said it is investigation after becoming aware the message might have come by students in its district.
Part of a conversation on Snapchat appears to show its users discussing black Americans by using demeaning language and images. The Clovis Unified School District said it is investigation after becoming aware the message might have come by students in its district. TWITTER
Part of a conversation on Snapchat appears to show its users discussing black Americans by using demeaning language and images. The Clovis Unified School District said it is investigation after becoming aware the message might have come by students in its district. TWITTER

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