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Racism has showed it’s ugly head in Wake County schools lately with separate incidents and some that have been reported nationally.

The president of the NAACP’s Raleigh-Apex branch says the civil rights group’s phones have been ringing off the hook since the first reports about the recent racially-charged incidents at two Wake County schools.

Parents are concerned that more hasn’t been done about the issue and Rev. Portia Rochelle – NAACP Raleigh-Apex Branch says she is still waiting to hear from the leaders of Wake County Schools.

“I have not received an email, a telephone call, nor a letter. I have not heard from (the superintendent) at all,” said NAACP Raleigh-Apex Branch President the Rev. Portia Rochelle. “My patience is on zero now.

Read more at ABC11.