Sanford, Florida (AP) —High school students in central Florida after protesting to the school board about plans to censor yearbook pages showing student strikes against the state’s so-called “Don’t Say Gay.” Declaring victory. Law.
Members of the Seminole County Board of Education listened to them and agreed not to hide the pictures of the rainbow flag. The board dismissed the director and voted to add a small sticker to clarify that Rimon High School did not approve their strike.
Some board members called the censorship plan ridiculous, and some offered to pay for the fix from their pockets. Students are now expected to get a yearbook later this week.
Florida students win yearbook flaps on “Don’t Say Gay” bill
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