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A New York school district says it has taken “appropriate action” in response to a classroom display that labeled nooses as “back to school necklaces.”

A photo was shared on social media last week, showing part of the classroom display at Long Island’s Roosevelt Middle School, which also has stickers reading “Ha Ha” and “#YES.”

In a statement on its website, the Roosevelt School District said it became aware of the incident last week and “immediately” launched an investigation.

The article goes on to state the following:

NBC News reported Saturday that the district released a separate statement saying that an “isolated group of teachers” was involved.

Arthur Mackey, a local pastor who posted the photo to Facebook, told NBC News that a teacher at the school sent him the photo and that he separately confirmed its authenticity with other teachers before contacting school officials.

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