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TWO YORK INSTITUTE FOOTBALL PLAYERS INVOLVED IN WEARING KKK OUTFITS ON HALLOWEEN

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The Tennessee Department of Education has launched an investigation after two high school football players from Alvin C. York Institute in Jamestown reportedly admitted to wearing KKK outfits Halloween night. York Institute Superintendent Joe Miller said the school does not tolerate discrimination or harassing behavior among the student body and will always do what is right to ensure student safety. This comes as York Institute will play in the first round of the TSSAA high school football state tournament this Friday night at Loudon.

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