06 November, 2021

Maybe the First Student Walk Out I’ve Ever Been Proud to See

Loudoun County Students Stage Walk-Outs to Protest Sexual Assault in Schools | National Review

Our rapist has been transferred to a new school. It didn’t go over well.

On Tuesday, students walked out of Broad Run High School, where the attacker was relocated and is still technically enrolled. The teenage defendant will receive sentencing after the second set of charges dealing with the Broad Run accusations are adjudicated, the judge said Tuesday.

Outside the school, a group of students chanted “Loudoun County protects rapists,” Drew Wilder of NBC Washington reported. “Why was a rapist allowed in our school?” another student shouted. “This isn’t a political issue, this is a human issue. Listen to the students,” a third student exclaimed.

Good job kids. More protests have occurred at other schools also. Students shouldn’t have to fear getting raped in the bathroom.


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