La Cueva High School in Albuquerque was vandalized with graffiti containing messages and images of hate, prompting an investigation by Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) police. Messages included racial slurs, swastikas, and genitalia. APS stated that the hateful messaging was widespread on the school’s exterior surfaces, including walls, tennis courts, and athletic fields. Cleanup efforts will be costly and time-consuming. The incident has been met with condemnation, emphasizing the importance of fostering safe and respectful environments in educational institutions. For more information read the full article.