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California professor Celeste Barber is suing Santa Barbara Community College after she was heckled for reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, defying a board of trustees initiative to nix the Pledge.
Barber — with a flag in hand — was shouted down, harassed and brought to tears by her own students when she recited the Pledge at a school board meeting in January. Her actions come after trustees declared the American display to be, “steeped in expressions of nativism and white nationalism.”
Barber stood for the pledge in solidarity with WWII and Korean War veterans — whom she holds high esteem. She stands for something else now: her own civil rights, which she alleges were violated that day.
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“What brought us to this point is the college thus far has refused to acknowledge that my civil rights were violated that day and that nobody stood up to defend me and, more importantly, to defend...
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