Woman Sues Former Minnesota High School After Being Offended by 'Wigger Day'

A woman is suing her former high school in Minnesota for a homecoming event that she claims was racially offensive and illegal. She said fellow students wore stereotypical low-slung pants, oversized sports jerseys, baseball hats tilted to the side and "doo rags" on their heads on a day designated as "Wigger Day." Quera Pruitt, 19, said that her former high school, Red Wing High School in Red Wing, Minn., allowed students to dress in racially discriminative ways in 2008 and 2009 during "Dress...Full Story
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