The Null Device
A school in Georgia (the southern US state, not the
former Soviet republic) banned students from wearing shirts with the
Confederate flag, as not to offend black students. After parents complained
about their children being denied the right to express their white aryan
identity, a latter-day Neville Chamberlain in the school administration
decided to ban clothes of the FUBU brand
connected with hip-hop culture and popular with black youth, in the interests
of appeasement. (via Unknown News)
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