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Parents at Orange County school fire back at racism allegations from opposing principal

Parents of students at a Southern California high school are displeased with a principal who called some of their children racist, and are asking he get reprimanded.
Santa Ana (Calif.) principal Jeff Bishop claims he saw posters reading “We Love White” and “Build the Wall” at last Friday’s football game at Aliso Niguel (Aliso Viejo, Calif.).
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According to Los Angeles CBS affiliate KCAL and other outlets, Bishop said he also said a small number of kids said, “It’s not a great day to be Mexican now, is it?”
While it’s unknown if they were removed during or before the game, it appears the signs were made to underscore the disparity in racial makeup of the two schools; while Aliso Niguel’s student population is predominantly white, Santa Ana students are 99 percent Hispanic, per KCAL