Trinity High student pictured in racist image no longer attending school
A student who posted a racist homecoming proposal on social media
that made mention of slavery is no longer a student at Manchester's Trinity High School.
David Thibault, the director of Catholic education for the Diocese of Manchester, declined to give the student's name.
but confirmed to MassLive in a statement that the person is no longer a high school student.
The picture caused a storm of criticism for the school and outrage among locals.
The moment has come, said Thibault, "to sit with people and actually listen; to love our neighbours as ourselves."
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