High school suspends basketball players for offensive chant


At least a dozen players on a Buffalo-area high school girls’ basketball team are back in school after serving a two-day suspension for a pre-game chant that included a racial slur. School officials say the tradition had been in practice for the last two or three years, but only recently came to light after the only African-American player on the team spoke up. Fifteen-year-old Tyra Batts and her mothers, Michelle, join NewsNation to discuss.