The parents of two Indiana high school students allege their children were targeted at school by a racist bully and claim administrators at Horizon Christian School in Indianapolis, Indiana, have done little to resolve the issue.

Parents Alexander Worthman and Dominique Duncan told RTV6 they grew increasingly concerned when their respective daughters, Imani and LaShanti, began to ask if they could stay home from school. After asking questions, the parents say they learned why the girls didn't want to go to school: a racist bully.

Imani said the bully, a white male student, teased them about dying in a possible school shooting.

According to Imani, the boy said, “If the school ever gets shot up, you’ll be the first one to get shot,” adding, “He pointed to me personally, he looked me in the eye."

LaShanti also said the boy told her he would “sell me into slavery if I didn’t do what he said, and then he started making little jingles about slavery.”

Worthman and Duncan took their daughters' accounts to school leaders. According to Newsweek, they both received an email from school officials informing them the boy had been suspended for a week following an investigation.

The boy returned to class Monday, and neither the girls nor their parents were pleased. Both Imani and LaShanti said they still felt threatened. They were allowed to stay home.

“We should be able to go to school and not feel threatened, scared or having to be on edge the whole time,” Imani said.

Duncan said she felt “very let down as a parent” by the matter. She and Worthman said they asked the school to clarify its policies on bullying and to bring in an expert to talk about race to ensure no more racist bullying happens on campus.

“Silence is killing our young people," Wortham told WRTV6. "I think for us, as parents, enough is enough."

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