"This is what our nation needs, peaceful dialogues, where two sides can come to a mutual agreement."
Many are frustrated by the school's lack of public condemnation, even during an active investigation.
Manuel Oliver, who lost his son in the Parkland, Fla., shooting, placed a bulletproof vest on the statue on Friday, The Hill reported.
The organizers of the rally in New Paltz, N.Y., respected the protesters' right to free speech.
The 14-year-old, who sat during the pledge in protest over racial discrimination, claims her teacher's reaction has caused "emotional distress and anxiety."
As one of the protesters put it, echoing the words of Martin Luther King Jr., "We stand as participants who will bend the moral arc of the universe towards justice so that this nation shall rise up and stand with survivors, stand with women, stand on the right side of justice."
The University of Southern Maine's President Glenn Cummings confirmed that the pop-up credit offering was "hastily arranged, without the knowledge of the Provost or myself."
The national walkout was a cross-country demonstration of support for the women who have accused Supreme Court hopeful Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.
Artist Brian Whiteley says he hung a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin in a Trump hotel, where it went unnoticed and unremarked for a month.
Kim Bowles, top left, led a handful of in-person supporters and great many online for a protest of the Cleveland Clinic, where, she alleges, a surgeon was unethical. It was a topless protest like no other: A determined woman marching through Cleveland, Ohio, not only without a shirt, but without breasts. Kim Bowles, a Pittsburgh scientist and mother of two, had undergone a double mastectomy following stage-3 cancer treatment in 2017, and had chosen to “go flat” — opting out of the complex breast reconstruction surgery that follows the majority of mastectomies. But instead, she says, her Cleveland Clinic surgeon blatantly ignored her wishes, leaving extra flaps and pouches of skin on her chest in case she were to “change her mind” in the future.
"When Nike signs an anti-American thug to represent their brand, I will not support, wear, purchase, or endorse their product. Bye-bye Nike," the principal wrote on Facebook.
One of the protestors asked the groom, "I was just wondering if you started planning your wedding before you killed Stephon Clark or after?"
The American Renaissance conference took over a taxpayer-owned hotel. Protesters wanted the racists inside to know they're not welcome in Tennessee.