Students Banned From Wearing ‘Memorial Clothing’ Or Anything That Says ‘RIP’ — Black America Web

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 Students at a Jacksonville, Fla., high school say they’ve been banned from wearing “memorial attire”, clothes or jewelry honoring a deceased love one. Officials believe the commemorations are tied to “gang activity.” According to News4Jax, students at Robert E. Lee High School were reminded that they couldn’t wear anything with “RIP” on it. “It…

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