Dallas ISD Apologizes to Grad Whose Speech Was Silenced When She Got to ‘victims of Injustice'

Dallas ISD has issued an apology to the Conrad High School valedictorian whose microphone was cut off when she named black shooting victims at the school's graduation ceremony two weeks ago."It is never our intent to censor anyone's freedom of speech," the district said Monday in a written statement. "Students have that right — Dallas ISD encourages it."Rooha Haghar’s speech gained national attention after she posted a video in which her mic is silenced after she dedicates a line of her speech “to Trayvon Martin and Tamir Rice and all the other children who became victims of injustice.”  Continue reading...

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