ACLU weighs in on "Banana Man" contro...

ACLU weighs in on "Banana Man" controversy

There are 1 comment on the Journal Messenger story from Sep 23, 2011, titled ACLU weighs in on "Banana Man" controversy. In it, Journal Messenger reports that:

It's not OK for school officials to tell students that they can't wear protest T-shirts, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia.

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Norfolk, VA

#1 Sep 23, 2011
After doing a little resaerch it appears the principal likes to abuse her power. I wonder how many students have been put in this same situation and we never heard about it. I would think the school board should look at punishing this elitist doctor.

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