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High School Students Disciplined After Wearing KKK Hoods, Burning Cross

A group of students from an Iowa high school were disciplined Wednesday after a photo of them wearing white hoods, waving a Confederate flag and burning a cross began circulating on social media, according to The Associated Press.
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