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Alleged racism at Temecula football games being investigated by Hispanic group – San Bernardino Sun

A national Hispanic committee is investigating inland school districts allegedly racist during a soccer and volleyball game in August.

Staff from League of United Latin American CitizensThe California Civil Rights Commission announced on Tuesday, September 7, that it is investigating allegations against the Temecula Valley Unified School District. Moreno Valley students report racial slurs In two football games at Temecula Valley High School.

The league will also investigate the Hemet Unified School District after students at another Moreno Valley School. Complained of racial harassment At a volleyball game in Hemet on August 31st.

Temecula Valley High Soccer Players and Cheerleaders in Soccer Games on August 19th and 20th Accused of harassing a minority student athlete at Valleyview High School In Moreno Valley. Valleyview officials said Temecula Valley students shouted racial adjectives to cheerleaders and soccer players, kicked and called racial slurs during tackles, ridiculed monkey sounds, and Valleyview Black. Claims to have touched the hair of a varsity cheerleader.

The group said in a news release that it aims to “end racist behavior that could swallow California’s public school system.” It’s unclear whether the commission will file a formal complaint or take legal action, but according to the release, the organization wants a “substantial policy change” at Temecula Valley Unified.

The Commission also called the alleged racial incident at Temecula Valley High a “hate crime.”

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