Students fight back after diversity posters banned from school for being 'anti-Trump'
When the artist behind the classic Barack Obama "Hope" poster released an array of beautiful new images honoring diversity ahead of Trump's inauguration, they quickly became icons of a more welcoming country.
However, administrators at Westminster High School in Carroll County, Maryland have reportedly banned teachers from displaying the posters on campus, saying they're "anti-Trump" and just too political.
Students at the school, though, have found an ingenious way to get their point across. Many plan to wear T-shirts bearing those same images during a unified show of support on March 1, according to a "We the People - Stand with WHS" GoFundMe campaign. Read more...More about Art, We The People, Maryland, Education, and Politics
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February 21, 2017 at 11:47AM