“I will destroy you. I will destroy you, individually. I will destroy you as a race.”
The grants will go for capital improvements, professional development, staff training, research and evaluation.
“I think, as a union, we’re just really supportive of all the efforts that the community … is doing to try to make all of this right.”
Fliers were posted, as well as a seven-minute video using anti-Semitic references and satirizing the controversial photo.
“Moreover, because of students’ First Amendment rights, the district is not in a position to punish the students for their actions.”
“We even got the black kid to throw it up,” read the caption when the photo was posted online with the hashtag #barabooproud,
The letters were mailed from the county jail by Chadwick Grubbs, who was already an inmate there for unrelated charges.
A high school in Wisconsin stopped distributing yearbooks after it was discovered that it contained a published anti-Semitic quote by one of the
The Wisconsin Republican Party is working to find a candidate to replace Paul Ryan. They want to make sure it’s not a white supremacist anti-Semite.
Nehlen, who appeared with anti-Semitic figures like David Duke and blamed “Jewish media” for poor press coverage, is now the most visible candidate.