Laura Hammack the superintendent at Brown County High School in Indiana has responded
with a slew of apologies via Facebook after a Black American student was labeled as “black guy” in the schools annual yearbook calling the action “truly incomprehensible”. Many students according to Hammack were “sickened by this” happening. She did confirm that the schools “nondiscrimination policy” had been violated. The black student/victims identity has been withheld. Once the school says his name should they also respectfully say Sandra Bland, Mike Brown and many others? Is the state of Indiana still segregated according to IU and the UCLA civil rights Project 2017?
BY: BEWITTY Staff