Administrators at a Maryland high school are condemning a racist petition asking students to join a movement advocating for white supremacy over African-Americans.

The racially offensive petition circulated Arundel High School late last week before being confiscated by school officials, the Capital Gazette reported. Two students had signed the petition, titled the “Kool Kids Klan,” and administrators said the individuals involved were being questioned.

The incident prompted school staff to contact Anne Arundel County police, but spokesman Lt. Ryan Frashure said investigators met with the county State’s Attorney’s Office and concluded that no crime had been committed. The petition reportedly used racial slurs to describe Black people and referenced derogatory stereotypes.

“This is a PSA for the true-blooded Americans out there,” it read. “As they always have and will continue to do, lowly African-Americans … have stolen from the supreme white race. The inferiors have claimed the word n-gger as their own.”

“As everybody knows, white people invented the word n-gger, and as such, it is only fair that we get to use it,” the petition continued. “After all, negroes invented rape, stealing, basketball and bastards, and they get to use those all the time!”

“Do your civic duty, and make sure everyone knows their proper place below whites,” it concluded. Rev. Stephen Tillett, president of the local NAACP, said   “I’m not surprised that children who have been immersed in hate, whether it was publicly or at home, would then bring that into their own environment,” referencing the divisive rhetoric during the presidential   election.

The Arundel petition comes on the heels of a string of racially charged incidents at Anne Arundel Community College. In November, a Pennsylvania school district also discovered a racist Twitter account titled “Kool Kids Klub@PalmertonKKK” following the 2016 election.