A Native American student was told she couldn't walk at graduation due to her bead-decorated cap — which her father spent a week hand-threading — because it violated the dress code.
The volunteer EMT in New York, who was wearing headwear that's an important part of the Sikh faith, says the bar committed religious discrimination.
One student spoke up for her graduating class when the school tried to prohibit girls from wearing pants to graduation.
A school district trustee called the incident "unbelievably unacceptable."
A high school in Houston implemented a dress code for parents just one day after denying a mother entry because of her outfit.
A high school student in Kentucky says that she was “extremely humiliated” by a teacher who reprimanded her for a set of overalls, which she alleges are within the school’s dress code.
“These ‘items’ in the past were things that were stripped from his ancestors in an attempt to assimilate Native people," says the student's mother.
A Houston mother was barred from enrolling her daughter in high school after an administrator wouldn't let her on the property in her outfit.
"My daughter was dress coded again today," mom Amber Parungao wrote on Facebook. "The assistant principal made her take her jacket off so that she could dress code her for what she was wearing underneath."
"I refuse to let this go and my voice needs to be heard!" Texas customer Ben Rios wrote on Facebook after he was allegedly not allowed inside VooDoo Niteclub.
“I feel like I have a right to wear that hat in public just as much as somebody can wear gay pride or Dreamer Act shirts or things I might not necessarily wholeheartedly endorse,” the Trump supporter said.
A bride admitted over the weekend that she recently asked a guest to leave her wedding for arriving in his Marines uniform and all his military medals.
"It's kind of insane — no one can see what's under our graduation robes anyway," Lacey Henry, 18, told Yahoo Lifestyle.
The new policy enforced by the Texas school district makes students roll up their sleeves when wearing sweatshirts or hoodies so that teachers can see their forearms.
Sam Sneak called out the Wharf on his Twitter account, saying its bouncers barred him from entering the music venue because of what was in his mouth.
"I'm angry as hell that my daughter was not allowed to represent Black History Month," said the tearful New Jersey mom.
According to a school spokesperson, the dress code is clear: Only hats featuring the school's logo or hats that are the solid color of the school's colors are allowed.
One protester said the crackdown supports the "criminalization of black men on campus."
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"When the teacher asked why I was crying, my friend said I was dress-coded. The teacher said, ‘She deserves to be,'" she told the New York Post.
A high schooler in Arkansas is fed up with dress code discrimination. And she's taking action.
The Hyde officially opened on Jan. 18, and is already stirring up controversy over its seemingly extreme regulations, aimed at its customers' sports team preferences and political views.
Staff Sgt. Jake Talbot told St. Louis news station KMOV that he had worn the pro-Trump shirt to CDY Fitness in Troy before. But on Sunday, the owner of the gym asked him not to wear the shirt again.