Westchester County Executive George Latimer Statement on Hate Words and Symbols Found at Scarsdale High School

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Westchester County Executive George Latimer.

SCARSDALE, NY and WHITE PLAINS, NY — September 28, 2019 — “On the eve of high holy days in the Jewish faith, I am outraged and sickened that hate symbols and words have been discovered scrawl at Scarsdale High School for the second time this month. Hateful acts – of any kind- will not be tolerated and those who commit them will be found.  The Westchester County Human Rights Commission is prepared to work with the school.  Here in Westchester County we are proud of our diversity and will continue to teach and practice tolerance and acceptance.  I want the people of Scarsdale, and this entire County, to know I will always stand with them.”

SOURCE: Catherine Cioffi | Communications Director | Westchester County Executive George Latimer

 

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  1. Someone over at the Latimer administration needs to learn how to write press releases. It was not a scrawl but a swastika found in a bathroom in Scarsdale HS bathroom.

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