The T-shirt was submitted as evidence during the testimony of Cincinnati police crime scene investigator Jimmy Nghia Duc Pham.
Only after complaints of a double standard did the administration announce that confederate flag clothing would no longer be accepted on school grounds.
Led by Mariah Havard, the Arizona high school student made to take off her Black Lives Matter T-shirt last week by school authorities, about a dozen students staged a walkout and rally against the administration Monday morning. Chanting "We're fired up, can't take it no more!" the protesters walked off Buckeye Union High School grounds to