Students’ Black Lives Matter Posters Were Thrown Out by California School, ACLU Says

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NEW YORK CITY – JULY 7 2016: A Black Lives Matter poster hangs as several thousand activists rallied & marched to protest recent police-involved shootings in Minnesota & Louisiana (Shutterstock).

A California school district is under criticism after a teacher from one of its elementary schools allegedly threw out students’ projects about the Black Lives Matter movement, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) claims.

In a letter sent to the San Juan Unified School District on Friday, the ACLU states that a teacher from Del Paso Manor Elementary School in Sacramento, California, singled out four students who created posters in support of the Black Lives Matter movement for an assignment given by a parent volunteer at the school.

Facts about the incident

The letter from the ACLU states that the parent volunteer, who has been identified by the letter as Ms. Kincaid, signed up to be an art docent…

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