SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A press conference will be held Monday morning to address a hateful post that made its way onto the Rio American High website.

Students, parents and community activist Jamilia Land are among those who will speak at the event.

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The post, which was formatted like a school policy item, is full of racist and discriminatory language. In a screenshot of the post seen by CBS13, a “District-Wide High School No Black People Policy” page was seemingly placed on the school’s website.

In a statement released by Land, she said, “In the past few years, Rio Americano was identified as one of three schools on a list for a possible mass shooting and this recent racist behavior only adds additional fear and concern of the black student population being targeted for acts of violence.”

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The press conference is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 26, at 7:30 a.m. at Rio Americano High.