Police called to school party after 9-year-old is accused of racism for saying brownies

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Date: June 30th, 2016

browniesNew Jersey – Police were called to a third-grade party at a New Jersey high school after a student was accused of racism for saying the word brownies, a mother has claimed.

Stacy dos Santos said officers were called to speak with her nine-year-old son at William P. Tatem Elementary School two weeks ago after another student overheard him talking about the party.

Dos Santos said her son was discussing snacks handed out to the class when he mentioned the word ‘brownie’, but another student misinterpreted it and accused him of being racist.

Police were called to a third-grade party at a New Jersey high school after a student was accused of racism for saying the word brownies, a mother has claimed.

Collingswood Superintendent Scott Oswald estimated that over the past month, police were called to as many as five incidents per day across the district of 1,875 students.  More

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One Response to “Police called to school party after 9-year-old is accused of racism for saying brownies”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    This MUST stop. People are out of control and it’s showing their stupidity. STOP THIS PC BS NOW or we are finished.
    What is it you don’t understand?
    PC=BS

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