Found December 12, 2011 on
At least a dozen girls basketball players have been suspended for using a racial slur as part of a traditional pregame chant at a high school outside Buffalo, N.Y., according to a report. For years, after the coaches and any other adults would leave the locker room, players reportedly said a prayer and then chanted, "One, two, three, ["n" word]!" Officials at Kenmore East High School said they were unaware of the practice until Tyra Batts, the team's lone African-American player, choked and punched a teammate at school after Batts told her teammates to stop using the chant and they...
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