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ACLU, educators file lawsuit over Oklahoma’s ban on critical race theory

OKLAHOMA CITY - A group of Oklahoma students and educators on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a law that bans the teaching of certain concepts of race and racism.The law, HB 1775, also prevents colleges and universities from requiring students to undergo gender or sexual diversity training.The American Civil Liberties Union and others filed the lawsuit on behalf of the group that also includes the American Indian Movement and the Oklahoma State Conference of the NAACP.RELATED: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill can keep affirmative action, judge rules"H.B.

1775 severely restricts discussions on race and gender in Oklahoma’s elementary, secondary, and higher education schools without any

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OKLAHOMA CITY - A group of Oklahoma students and educators on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a law that bans the teaching of certain concepts of race and racism.The law, HB 1775, also prevents colleges and universities from requiring students to undergo gender or sexual diversity training.The American Civil Liberties Union and others filed the lawsuit on behalf of the group that also includes the American Indian Movement and the Oklahoma State Conference of the NAACP.RELATED: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill can keep affirmative action, judge rules"H.B.
DETROIT (FOX 2) - Farmington Hills Police are holding a press conference Friday afternoon shortly after a suspect in the kidnapping and rape of a 9-year-old girl will be formally charged in the case.The suspect, Aaron McDonald, was arraigned on charges including abduction, criminal sexual conduct, strangulation, and torture. Prosecutor Karen McDonald (no relation to the suspect) said the victim likely would not have survived had she not escaped when she did.Farmington Hills Police Chief Jeff King discussed the charges against the suspect and released more details about the investigation Friday.

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