A Visalia mother kept her son home from high school, saying she feared for his safety after students labeled him a white supremacist when he wore a sweatshirt in the design of the Confederate flag.
A Visalia mother kept her son home from high school, saying she feared for his safety after students labeled him a white supremacist when he wore a sweatshirt in the design of the Confederate flag. Fresno Bee file
A Visalia mother kept her son home from high school, saying she feared for his safety after students labeled him a white supremacist when he wore a sweatshirt in the design of the Confederate flag. Fresno Bee file

Confederate flag is a hate symbol but you can’t ban it, ACLU tells school district

November 07, 2017 04:23 PM

UPDATED November 08, 2017 01:54 PM

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