‘Happy N*gger Month’: ‘KKK’ Paints Racist Graffiti at SC High School on First Day of Black History Month
School officials, parents, and students were shocked to find racist graffiti on a South Carolina high school campus on the first day of Black History Month.
Raw Story reports that South Pointe High School officials in Rock Hill were shocked to discover that vandals had painted the words “Happy N*gger Month, KKK” on a large rock in front of the school on February 1.
“It was discovered yesterday morning, and since then, it’s been eradicated,” a school official told the website. “People are still calling because it was posted. Whoever did it, took a picture.”
It’s unclear if the incident has been reported to the police or whether there are any suspects.
South Pointe High School is perhaps best known as the alma mater of 2014 No. 1 NFL Draft pick Jadeveon Clowney.
— Andrew Kiel (@AndrewKiel) February 2, 2015