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Kentucky High School Apologizes after Assignment on the N-Word

A high school in Lexington, Ky. is apologizing after an assignment focused on questions surrounding the use of the n-word, WKYT reports. According to the report, Kiarah Raglin, a freshman at Lafayette High School was given the assignment in English class last week, prior to fall break. According to school Principal Bryne Jacobs, the assignment […]
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