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California high school students seen in the video holding Nazi salute and singing Nazi marching song



This time, the 8-second video appears to show Pacifica High School students in Garden Grove, California, singing a Nazi marching song while raising their arms to a Nazi greeting. The video was first recorded by The Daily Beast.
The video was shot in late November 2018 before an out-of-school banquet with athletic athletics students, according to a statement by the Garden Grove Unified School District. The video was shared by a small group of social media students, the district said.

"The administration of Pacifica High School was not notified until four months after the banquet in March 2019, when the school administrators took immediate action and discussed the situation with all involved students and families." District statement read.

The district did not disclose any details about disciplining the students, citing federal law that protects students' records.

"The Garden Grove Unified School District and Pacifica High School strongly condemn a video taken last year by some students engaged in offensive Nazi gestures," the district statement said. "Pacifica High School, along with our other district schools, will work with students, staff and parents to help resolve these issues in the fall, in collaboration with agencies that promote anti-bias education."

  A screenshot of a video showing students holding the Nazi greeting at a party in Newport Beach, California.
High school students in Newport Beach, California, were at a party earlier this year and laughed as they raised their arms in Nazi salute next to a plastic swastika swastika.

The photo prompted Anne Frank's step-sister Eva Schloss to visit the students and explain to them why such symbols were painful and offensive.

In 2018, high school students in Wisconsin posed in the spring of 2018 for a photo with the greeting of the Nazis.
The school district decided not to punish the children after a 10-day review and cited the change protection of the first amendment.

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