Racially Charged Bullying Of Student Goes Ignored By School Officials, Mom Says

Monday, February 19, 2024
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 A mother in the East Bay accused administrators at St. Raymond School in Dublin with turning a blind eye when her 13-year-old child complained of racially-charged bullying and allowing a teacher to assault her daughter.  Alcian Lindo said nothing was done after her Black daughter was bullied by white students in racially motivated harassment and assaulted by a teacher at the Catholic school in Dublin.

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