After vandalism, Park City High School offers messages of unity
March 14, 2017
After vandals spray painted what appeared to be an anti-immigrant message Monday on the Aspen Villas apartments on Kearns Boulevard, students and teachers at the neighboring Park City High School stood up for their Latino peers and the residents of the dwellings. On Tuesday, dozens of cars in the school's parking lot were emblazoned with messages of support for the Hispanic community, such as "Teachers love Latino students," "stop hate" and "No room for hate in PC."
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