Nasir Andrews, a 9-year-old girl from Ardmore Elementary School in Bellevue, Washington, decided to post a heartfelt video on Facebook after falling victim to racist bullying in her class.
The video shows Andrews holding up cards that detailed the racist bullying she had to endure during her fourth-grade year. Andrews said classmates called her “Nutella” and “servant” because of her skin color.
According to Andrews, she spoke to her teachers about it but they did nothing about it.
“A student called me ‘Nutella’ and I told my after-school teacher and she said it wasn’t racist and she made me write the definition of racist,” Andrews told KIRO on Wednesday.
Andrews said she was bullied each morning, being punched, kicked, choked, and pushed.
Sadly, Andrews story isn’t the only one. Since Trump has taken office, hate crimes have risen in America and in schools across the country. Reports show that white students are bullying their black and Latino classmates by invoking Trump’s name.