Black Families Served Arrest Papers for Cheering ‘Too Loudly’ at Highschool Graduation!June 4, 2015
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A couple of Mississippi families were served arrest warrants for “disturbing the peace” this week at a Senatobia high school graduation.
Their crime? cheering TOO LOUDLY when their child walked across the stage!
Now it’s common for loved ones of a graduate to proudly yell out their kid’s names at as they accept their diplomas, but the high school’s Superintendent believes this type of “behaviour” is not proper and so the family members were issued papers, with two of the four set to appear in court on June 9 and may face $500 bond.
What do you think of this? If this was a rule here in Canadian schools, would you obey it?
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Source: BET.com/Image: gidradio.com
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