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    VIDEO: Andrean High School students used a large picture of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump to taunt visiting team Bishop Noll Institute, a heavily Hispanic school, during a basketball game in Merrillville, Ind on Feb. 26, 2016. They shouted “build a wall” at their opponents and held up a large banner reading ESPN Deportes (Spanish for ESPN Sports.) Bishop Noll students responded with chants of "You're a racist" and "Sí, se puede" (Spanish for "Yes, we can").

VIDEO: Andrean High School students used a large picture of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump to taunt visiting team Bishop Noll Institute, a heavily Hispanic school, during a basketball game in Merrillville, Ind on Feb. 26, 2016. They shouted “build a wall” at their opponents and held up a large banner reading ESPN Deportes (Spanish for ESPN Sports.) Bishop Noll students responded with chants of "You're a racist" and "Sí, se puede" (Spanish for "Yes, we can"). Courtesy of Ashley Howard via Facebook
VIDEO: Andrean High School students used a large picture of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump to taunt visiting team Bishop Noll Institute, a heavily Hispanic school, during a basketball game in Merrillville, Ind on Feb. 26, 2016. They shouted “build a wall” at their opponents and held up a large banner reading ESPN Deportes (Spanish for ESPN Sports.) Bishop Noll students responded with chants of "You're a racist" and "Sí, se puede" (Spanish for "Yes, we can"). Courtesy of Ashley Howard via Facebook

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