Prime Day is finally here! Check out our comprehensive guide to the best deals of the day. A soft-spoken year-old's nose piercing has been suspended from school for the third time, forcing her into the middle of a fight over her constitutional right to exercise her religion. Ariana Iacono says she just wants to be a normal teenager at Clayton High School, about 15 miles southeast of Raleigh. She has been suspended three times because her nose ring violates the Johnston County school system's dress code.
French teens get suspended sentences for vandalizing Jewish gravestones
Times Black Girls Were Suspended For Their Hairstyles
A juvenile court in northeastern France suspended the prison sentences of five teenagers who vandalized a Jewish cemetery and damaged a Holocaust memorial. The defendants, who were 15 to 17 in February when the vandalism occurred, were sentenced last week to eight to 18 months in prison for toppling and breaking some gravestones in the Jewish cemetery in Sarre-Union, located in the Bas-Rhin region in Alsace. The cemetery is still in use. A Holocaust memorial monument on the cemetery property was also vandalized. Each defendant had faced up to seven years in prison.
Do 'Zero Tolerance' School Discipline Policies Go Too Far?
By Naomi Nix March 28, Soooo…my daughter had registration today and let's just say she's not happy abt the JCPS no natural hair policy. They were told they are aggressive, angry, rude, and even unladylike.
Black girls are still being discriminated against for wearing their natural hair the way it grows from their heads. Not only are they asked to change their hair to fit mainstream standards, but they often have their education threatened when they refuse to conform. From having their class sessions interrupted, to being threatened with suspension and expulsion, school officials can't seem to stop obsessing over black girls' hair. Malden Charter School served up detention slips to two students for wearing box braids, reports the Boston Globe. The year-old twins, Deanna and Mya Scot, were also pulled from their school sports teams and told they weren't allowed to go to prom.