Target: Britt Colon, Spanish Lake, Louisisana Primary School Principal
Goal: Expel and punish the students who reportedly beat up another student and made a racist comment to him to go back to the cotton farm.
An 8-year-old in Louisiana was reportedly beat up so badly he had to be hospitalized. He was told to go back to the cotton farm after protecting himself and his 4-year-old sister while waiting to be picked up from school. Demand that the school expel and punish these bullies for their sickening violent behavior and racist words.
Jordan Jackson was allegedly waiting with his younger sister to be picked up from school when three white children began throwing mulch at Jackson and his sister. When Jackson told the bullies to stop, he was reportedly pushed and slammed to the ground, later resulting in hospitalization for a broken arm and a concussion. Jackson was also told he needs to go back to the cotton farm.
After this racially charged attack, Jackson’s family is left with mounting hospital bills and a decision to homeschool their children for their safety. With tense race relations and a racially charged political climate, this incident must be taken seriously. Demand that the school expel and punish these students for their racist and violent actions.
Dear Principal Colon,
As you know, students at your school are accused of throwing mulch at a young boy and his sister. When the boy told them to stop, the students reportedly beat him up and injured him to the point where he is now hospitalized. On top of his family having to emotionally recover from this situation, they are faced with medical bills caused by bullies.
This kind of behavior absolutely cannot be condoned and must be punished strictly and quickly. I demand you expel these students for their racist behavior.
[Your Name Here]
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