A biracial elementary school student who suffered burns to his neck after teenage boys coaxed him into a lynching rope and chanted racial slurs at him was comforted by Tamera Mowry-Housley who told him God created him as mixed race, like her, which was no mistake.
Quincy Chivers, a 9-year-old boy from Claremont, New Hampshire, was playing on a playground in August when he said teenage boys began placing a broken tire swing rope around their necks before telling the elementary student it was his turn. When Quincy tried to fit in with their game and placed the rope around his neck, he and his 11-year-old sister, Ayanna, say the teens kicked him off of a picnic table, which left him hanging from a tree, while spewing racial slurs, Newsweek reported.
The incident caused more than just emotional anguish. He was left with rope burns around his neck which led to Quincy being airlifted to Dartmouth-Hichcock Medical Center, according to NH1 News. The boy and his mother, Cassandra Merlin, appeared on the daytime talk show “The Real” with his sister on Tuesday where they recounted the details of the bullying attack.
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