Dozens of students at Mead High School protested outside school grounds Friday morning after a picture was posted on social media showing three students – one of them in blackface – reenacting the murder of George Floyd in recent days.
The protest centered around bringing the racial discrimination that happens at Mead High School to light, according to students who spoke with Denver7 ahead of the event.
During the protest, students could be seen holding Black Lives Matter signs among others, calling for racist behavior at the school to stop.
“As long as we tolerate racist behavior we all might as well be the students in the photo,” a sign from one of the students read.
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