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Ashford school attack
Black rights activists say they will teach a 15-year-old black girl who was attacked outside school gates Brazilian jiu jitsu and tutor her at home after organising protests and demanding the headteacher’s dismissal.
MailOnline can reveal that the combat vest-wearing black rights group protesting after a 15-year-old black girl was beaten up has pledged to support her with private tuition and GoFundMe donations if she chooses not to return to school.
Forever Family will also provide six months of martial arts and self-defense classes to the unnamed schoolgirl after a gang of white children as young as 11 began hitting, kicking, and tearing braids from her head in Ashford, Surrey.
Rapper Khari McKenzie, 29, who goes by the stage name Raspect, is the group’s founder. He organised rallies in front of Thomas Knyvett College and later near the home of a travelling family they accuse of carrying out the attack, dubbed the “lion’s den.”
The 15-year-old victim’s cousin, who also participated in this week’s protests, claims that the teenager is still in pain, quite reclusive, and hasn’t really eaten since the beating.
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Who is Thomas Knyvett?
Sir Thomas Knyvett, of Buckenham, Norfolk (also spelled Knevitt, Knivet, or Knevet; c. 1485–10 August 1512), was a young English nobleman who became close friends with King Henry VIII not long after the latter ascended to the throne. Knyvett was appointed Henry’s Master of the Horse in 1510 and frequently took part in the jousts and pageants of the glitzy court, according to Hall’s Chronicle.