Sacramento City Unified fails to find who painted racist graffiti at high school targeting Black assistant principal

After a six-month investigation including 45 witness interviews and a review of social media messages, the Sacramento City Unified School District failed to find the person who targeted Black high school assistant principal Elysse Versher with racist graffiti and social media messages, the Sacramento Bee reported .

Versher told the Sacramento Bee that she plans to resign from the school district because of the trauma she experienced, and feels the district has not taken the situation and other incidents of racism seriously.

Sacramento City Unified’s superintendent told the Bee he was “frustrated and disappointed” that the district failed to identify a suspect, and he insisted the district “remains committed to treating incidents of racism with the utmost seriousness.”

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