Pennsylvania- A Pennsylvania homecoming sign is reportedly causing controversy.
Media outlets report that the sign the couple showed on social media says:
“If I was black, I would be picking cotton. But I’m white, so I’m picking you for homecoming.”
The news outlet said they spoke to students and families from the Pine-Richland School District, and they considered the sign offensive and racist.
The School District sent out a message to parents saying they are working on “appropriate next steps”
“The Pine-Richland School District is opposed to racism in any form. We stand with our black and brown families. It is our goal to strengthen a positive culture for every student at Pine-Richland.The foundation of learning is established in a safe and supportive environment. That environment should embrace diversity in all forms.”