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Syrian Refugees: Game and Cbc News

syrian refugees: Why don't you go back home ' Rivalry fuels racism at high school football game Grade 11 student Moiad Alhamoud, his brother and four of his friends are Syrian refugees who attended the game and said they heard the racial slurs and had things thrown at them, according to CBC. They was like, 'Where did you came from You shouldn't be here. The administrators issued a statement to parents on Thursday evening after CBC News reported that some people in the stands at the game Sept. 29 yelled at Syrian students at the game and taunted them with racial slurs. Just leave,' said Alhamoud. We work proactively to promote kindness, understanding, appreciation, and inclusion of all cultures, races, and backgrounds through in-class and out of class learning opportunities such as assemblies, curricular-based learning, and extracurricular activities, the statement reads. Racism not tolerated, schools say Administrators for both schools said in the statement they want everyone to know that racism is not accepted or tolerated in either school or at extracurricular events. ( As reported in the news.