When a Concord-Carlisle student found racially charged graffiti in the school's library earlier this week, it set in motion a conversation on race relations as well as an investigation into who may be the culprit.
Concord-Carlisle is a school with a reported population of 80 percent white students; the predominantly white student-body has given rise to a conversation whether relatively homogenous populations are more susceptible to racial tensions.
Do you think the graffiti in Concord is a one-time incident, as the principal has suggested, or a bigger problem in the schools and the primarily white suburbs across the area?
Do you see any evidence of racism in your community? How would you want the school to respond if graffiti like this was found in the schools your children attend? What do you think is the appropriate response for the student who is responsible and what would you do if that student was your child?