VIDEO: A North Carolina girl, Dalaya Hooper, was afraid to return to school after racist bullies told her that she looked like ‘she stayed in the oven too long.’ due to her skin color KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, November 19, 2022

VIDEO: A North Carolina girl, Dalaya Hooper, was afraid to return to school after racist bullies told her that she looked like ‘she stayed in the oven too long.’ due to her skin color

A North Carolina girl was afraid to return to school after racist bullies told her that she looked like ‘she stayed in the oven too long.’ due to her skin color.

Dalaya Hooper, 11, informed her mother, Dawnetta, of the racist remarks made by the bullies and expressed her desire to switch schools. The Daily Mail reports that Dawnetta used Facebook to raise awareness of racism and bullying at Riverwood Middle School by posting screenshots of the text messages.

“I was at work today when I received this text message from my 11 year old child. My heart sank! I immediately told my coworkers I had to go. Months ago, I brought this to the administrators attention and they said “we will handle it”. Well you didn’t! So I had to go by the school IN PERSON! One thing that won’t happen is my child growing up hating any part of her. She is a beautiful, smart, and vibrant little girl. I won’t allow anyone to dim her light.”

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