There’s turmoil in the nation’s high schools right now – just yesterday Analy High School in Sebastopol was closed in mid-morning after threatening graffiti was found on its campus. The recent Florida shootings have inspired teen activists to make their voices heard about gun control and other issues.
The Sonoma County Junior Commission on Human Rights – made up of high schoolers – has released a report which identifies overt racial hostility in the county schools as a serious issue. KRCB News Director Steve Mencher spoke with two members of that commission – Lucia Garay and Tara Sullivan.
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