THE RIGHT TO PROTEST The right to protest is a long-standing protection afforded by the U.S. and Texas constitutions. This right is contained both in the freedom of speech and in the freedom to assemble, which protect not only the ability to verbalize protests and engage in symbolic speech such as wearing an armband, but to arrange peaceful marches and protests on certain public lands. These rights are not unconditional. Because the government has an interest in maintaining peace and public order, it may restrict some protest activities in certain ways. This Know Your Rights fact sheet is intended for people who want to exercise their right to protest in order to help understand the status o

“The Fight Conitues...Alton’s Story”

In educational settings that support climates of safety, adults and students respect each other. A safe school environment offers positive personal role models in its faculty. It provides a place for open discussion where diversity and differences are respected; communication between adults and students is encouraged and supported; and conflict is managed and mediated constructively. Cultures and climates of safety support environments in which teachers and administrators pay attention to students’ social and emotional needs as well as their academic needs. Such environments emphasize “emotional intelligence,” as well as educational or intellectual pursuits. Students experience a sense of e

“The White House Should be in Texas”

I can’t begin to express the emotions I’m feeling while fighting our local school district for simple accountability for their actions. You would think I was wrong for expecting it, but I am not. WHERE IS JUSTICE FOR ALL? Throughout the last 10 months I have come to the acceptance that the White House should be here in Texas not Washington, D.C. Money and politics run this state on every level. Our local school district ranks high in numbers and weigh heavy in cash flow, hence the reason I thought my two sons whom I adopted would be safe and free from harm…I could not have been more wrong. The first thing I noticed is the internal cover up by school staff, Superintendent’s office and the sch

“In Plain Sight…When Bullying is Ignored = Suicide"

Reduced academic achievement, depression, physical health ailments, and worst of all suicide are just a few of the negative affects bullying can have on children. But what happens when these children grow into adulthood? Are they faced with struggles as a result of childhood bullying? Unfortunately Gabriel Taye’s parents will never know. As I am praying and researching, seeking directions on how to move forward with our recent bullying complaints with our local school, I stumble across the recent story below. Footage shows 8-year-old two days before commiting Suicide My stomach drops while I sitting down and I ca not help but think, “my lil man Alton is 8-years-old next month, being bullied

Accountability...When Does The Abuse Stop?

At some point this school district has got to be stopped. I understand this happens in a lot of school districts, but when there are several cases in less than one year in one school district...someone has to see a pattern. Someone has to care...or do they? After fighting a ten month legal battle with these people I now believe they are boldly arrogant and feel they are untouchable. only God can and will handle this and many other cases brought up against them. I continue to pray more parents come forward and advocate for their children. We send them off everyday believing they will be safe and protected by adults we trust. Our public education trust...but again they are being abused daily.

“Bullied While Others Watch in Silence”

“I had a bad day mom. All the kids bullied me and the teachers didn’t do anything”. “Everyone laughed at me in PE and called me a baby…the teachers laughed too” “A kid put up his middle finger at me and all she said was she didn’t see it…the cameras right there” The list can go on and on with the stories heard in the last two months but Lets stop for a second and ponder on the question…how does a parent send their child back to a school environment such as this? It is one thing to have your child be bullied, teased, and even physically injured by a student peer, but to think the teachers or staff are present when the incident occurs is unacceptable. Especially when the student is in a “thera



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