Vandals hung a teddy bear from a noose at Wakefield High School on May 30 and damaged the football stadium and baseball field in what principal Malik Bazzell called a "deeply offensive" act. Before the bear was removed, many students and staff saw it and a photo was circulating on social media.
Vandals hung a teddy bear from a noose at Wakefield High School on May 30 and damaged the football stadium and baseball field in what principal Malik Bazzell called a "deeply offensive" act. Before the bear was removed, many students and staff saw it and a photo was circulating on social media.
Vandals hung a teddy bear from a noose at Wakefield High School on May 30 and damaged the football stadium and baseball field in what principal Malik Bazzell called a "deeply offensive" act. Before the bear was removed, many students and staff saw it and a photo was circulating on social media.

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