The image of the American flag on a spirit T-shirt designed by students at Clovis High is too similar to symbolism used by the Blue Lives Matter movement (example on the right), Clovis Unified School District said.
The image of the American flag on a spirit T-shirt designed by students at Clovis High is too similar to symbolism used by the Blue Lives Matter movement (example on the right), Clovis Unified School District said. COURTESY OF JEFF HIBBARD; WIKIPEDIA
The image of the American flag on a spirit T-shirt designed by students at Clovis High is too similar to symbolism used by the Blue Lives Matter movement (example on the right), Clovis Unified School District said. COURTESY OF JEFF HIBBARD; WIKIPEDIA

Too similar to Blue Lives Matter logo? School says this T-shirt crossed the line

September 14, 2017 04:18 PM

UPDATED September 15, 2017 06:14 AM

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