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High School Students Wear KKK Uniforms During Hockey Game

Three students from Grand Forks Red River High School in North Dakota caused an uproar after they donned Ku Klux Klan uniforms while in the stands of a school hockey game over the weekend.

During the semi-final hockey game against Fargo Davies on Friday, three Grand Forks Red River High School students decided to put on Ku Klux Klan hoods while standing in the crowd. A photo was taken and quickly circulated around Twitter. The hoods appear to have been a joke about the fans holding “a white out,” where people in the stands wear white face paint and white clothing, a trend popularized by the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets.

3. The blurry screenshot that circulated around Twitter Sunday night:

4. The school has since released a statement:

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