Mother Stands Up For Her Son's Fashion Choice

Proxmire, Crystal A.
September 2012
Between the Lines (10807551);9/20/2012, Issue 2038, p6
The article reports on the case of nine-year-old Jack Kennedy, a student of Coolidge Intermediate in Ferndale, Michigan, whose right to wear earrings was defended by his mother after he was sent home by their school principal for allegedly violating school policy.


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