Dobbs Ferry High School student suspended over racist tweet about Woodlands High School

The tweet was sent after the Dobbs Ferry

The tweet was sent after the Dobbs Ferry girls' basketball team lost to Woodlands High School. (March 12, 2014 6:31 PM)

Another student from a Westchester high school is in trouble after sending out a racist tweet.

A student from Dobbs Ferry High School has been suspended after venting on social media about the high school's girls' basketball team losing to Woodlands High School in Greenburgh. The male student used the phrases "jungle animals" and "go back to the jungle" as hashtags in the tweet, upsetting...

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