A Florida high school halted the distribution of its yearbook over a section dedicated to the Black Lives Matter movement.
David Fleischer, who is the yearbook adviser at West Broward High School in Pembroke Pines, said the students were told that they had to stop handing out the yearbooks on Friday to allow school officials to review concerns about two pages that covered the racial justice movement, CNN reported.
“I found out that it was because there were some complaints from teachers and from parents about the content of the BLM page,” Fleischer told the outlet.
“That it didn’t seem objective, there were no opposing views. They mentioned the fact that we should have had, or could have included, something like Blue Lives Matter, All Lives Matter.”
Fleischer said he wrote an email on Monday to his colleagues to explain that “not every story has, or should include, an opposing viewpoint.”