Students at a high school in Victorville said violent fights have been breaking out between African-Americans and Latinos for the past two days.
In California, the diversity keeps increasing but the peace and love promised by multicultural acolytes in a less white state still hasn’t materialized.
Schools in particular have been the petri dishes showing the difficulty of different tribes getting along, as occurred this week in diverse Victorville, California, east of Los Angeles. The city’s Silverado High School has experienced rioting between blacks and hispanics for two days running.
Below, the ethnic distribution of Silverado High School in Victorville.
Rafael Muñoz said a group of people started the fights at Silverado High on Wednesday, which have poured out into the streets.
“One person started fighting, then the other would jump in. And continuously jump in and (it) ended up to be mob fighting. (I) got pepper sprayed by the security,” he said.
Cellphone video caught one brawl, which spilled into 14-year-old Jeremy Buenrostro’s lawn.
“They busted my lip. Well, they broke my tooth. And then I have some knots on the back of my head,” he said.