Gizelle Studevent

After enduring harassment -- including prank phone calls, racial slurs and menacing letters -- at school, Gizelle finally yielded to her parents' pleas that she transfer.  “I would go home and cry every day,” Gizelle said of her time at La Jolla Country Day. “It was horrible. The scary thing for me was, what was next? What was going to happen?”
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( Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times )

After enduring harassment -- including prank phone calls, racial slurs and menacing letters -- at school, Gizelle finally yielded to her parents' pleas that she transfer. “I would go home and cry every day,” Gizelle said of her time at La Jolla Country Day. “It was horrible. The scary thing for me was, what was next? What was going to happen?”

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