TENNESSEE: High School says Confederate Flags and Attire are Permitted

Screen Shot 2015-08-16 at 10.29.11 AMThat ought to get a few liberals undies in a knot.

A local mother is upset because kids at her child’s school are allowed to fly Confederate flags on campus.

The mom, who would like to remain anonymous, contacted News 2 with concerns about her son’s safety at Stewarts Creek High School in Rutherford County.

She said her 14-year-old son, who is in ninth grade, came home this week and told her that kids were wearing Confederate flag T-shirts to class.

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The mother said she saw them herself while dropping off her son Wednesday morning. She said she also noticed students flying Confederate flags in the back of their trucks.

“I felt sad and hurt when I saw that,” she told News 2.

The Confederate flag has remained a controversial symbol since the Civil War, and the mom said, “I just don’t think it should be in schools.”

Read more: wkrn.com

 

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