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Students in Pennsylvania were filmed chanting 'white power' while carrying a Trump sign


The morning after Donald Trump was elected president, two students at York County School of Technology in Pennsylvania carried a Trump sign through the hallways as another student shouted "white power," reports the Washington Post

The video of the incident was posted to Facebook. 

Following the election, students at the school, particularly minorities, reported seeing an increase in racial harassment. 

Freshmen Victorria Markle and Eibreha Drayden told the York Dispatch that such incidents had been an issue in the month leading to the election, but had been especially prevalent after Trump's victory.  

Such incidents have prompted discussions over racism on social media. 

Facebook briefly told everyone they were dead

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