A high school freshman in Wisconsin has been suspended for giving a small noose and a “KKK” symbol to a black female classmate during art class, according to local reports. The unnamed boy was suspended from Baldwin-Woodville High School on Dec. 14, the day after the incident, Minnesota’s Star Tribune newspaper reported. Baldwin is about 40 miles east of Minneapolis. The principal at the school said the clueless teen thought he was making a joke. “They were in an art class, and a little macrame noose was made, and some kind of KKK (Ku Klux Klan) symbol,” principal Eric Russell told the newspaper. “These two small objects were placed before this individual. The young man said it was done as a joke.” The 15-year-old girl is one of three black students at the 450-student school. Her family said she’s been the target of racist bullying in the past. “Her freshman year started out with students calling her ‘Big Mocha’ and making fun of her hair and breasts,” Sarah Hitzeman, who is adopting the teen with her husband, told the newspaper. The boy’s parents told Russell they were shocked and upset by what he did, the principal told the newspaper. Russell called the behavior “absolutely not acceptable.” The school wouldn’t say for how long the boy was suspended. source. The post High School Student Only Receives Suspension After Giving Black Classmate A Noose And A ‘KKK Symbol’ appeared first on Black Like Moi .