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Thursday, April 21, 2005

Alternative School for the "wrong clothes?"

PRATTVILLE -- Usually, a trip to the principal's office makes kids tremble. But when parent Trinise Gilbert left the principal's office Wednesday at Prattville Junior High, she said she was the one shaking like a leaf.

Gilbert said she was one of about seven parents who had to pick their children up from the school because they allegedly were wearing "gang-related" clothing.

"I feel that me and my son (Octavius) were discriminated against," Gilbert said. "My son wore black-and-white to school and they said he had to go to the alternative school because he was wearing gang colors."



  • as they say, clothes make the man ,, i see these are black kids , or does that have anything to do with it

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:23 AM  

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