Beat Up A White Kid Day

Beat Up a White Kid Day refers to an incident in Cleveland, Ohio when personal animosity between two girls led to an alleged attack by 18 black and Hispanic youths aged between 8 and 15 on one of the girls, a 13 year old white girl. Of the 18, six were convicted. There were allegations that this was part of a customary 'Beat up a White Kid' day but both prosecutors and defense lawyers agreed this arose from a vendetta between the two girls.

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Beat Up A White Kid Day - 2003 Fall-out
... When the attack was publicized a day later in The Plain Dealer, more than 100 readers contacted the newspaper to confirm that the May Day ritual had been. 20s recalled staying home sick from school on May Day in the 1990s or hurrying home to avoid getting hurt ... Some teachers did not give homework that day because they knew attendance would be down ...

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