Winston Churchill High School Students Distribute 'N-word Passes' During Lunch

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As reported by WUSA9, students of Winston Churchill High School in Montgomery County, Md. distributed "N-word passes" to other students, giving them permission to use the N-word.  The Typical Student team learned the details. 

 

What Happened?

 

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The incident happened during lunch last Friday. According to the school's principal, students were distributing fake passes giving the receiver the permission to use the N-word to their fellow students with the intention of the passes. As told by the WUSA9, Alexander Lindsay, the student who did this, thought it was just a prank:

"Well, I'm sure everyone can say, yeah, it's a joke after the event has happened and they've been told it's wrong, but with a word like that, you've really got to do your research." 

Public Apology

 

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Public apology was issued on behalf of the school principal Heckert on Monday night: 

"I wanted to update you regarding the incident I shared in my letter on Friday, February 8. After an  investigation, we have confirmed that, on Friday, several students participated in the distribution of “N-word passes” during lunch. As we learned through the investigation, the N-word pass is a paper pass given from one person to another that gives the receiver permission to use the N-word.”

 

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