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.
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