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In light of recent events that have taken place in Greenville and Pass Christian around student athletes taking a knee during the national anthem, ACLU of Mississippi Executive Director Jennifer Riley Collins issues this statement: “The ACLU of Mississippi is aware of recent reports stating that student athletes from O’Bannon High School were facing suspension for kneeling during the national anthem.That action was later walked back, according to an article in the Clarion Ledger.“Schools should respect students who embrace their constitutional rights and stand up to injustice - not punish them. “We are sending letters to remind school superintendents across the state that students have constitutional rights and they cannot be punished for exercising them.The ACLU of Mississippi stands ready to defend any student who is being penalized for exercising his or her constitutional rights, and we will continue to protect the First Amendment of the U. Constitution.” ### October 17, 2017 Jackson, MS – The Biloxi School Board, after claiming to receive many complaints, has decided to remove To Kill A Mockingbird from the eighth-grade curriculum.
We stand proudly with LGBTQ Mississippians, as well as their friends, families and allies who are committed to fighting this law and ensuring everyone can live their lives free from fear of state-sanctioned discrimination.
The removal of Lee Harper’s To Kill a Mockingbird by the Biloxi School Board challenges the protections in the First Amendment to the Constitution.
“The right to free expression includes the freedom to read whatever we choose.
October 02, 2017 JACKSON, MS — On September 29th, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling denying a hearing in lawsuits challenging Mississippi’s House Bill 1523.
HB1523 is an extreme law that empowers state officials, employees, and private individuals to legally cite anti-LGBTQ religious views as an excuse for discrimination.