New York School Bans Shirt Honoring Fallen Cop After Allowing Students, Staff to Wear BLM Attire

New York School Bans Shirt Honoring Fallen Cop After Allowing Students, Staff to Wear BLM Attire


A school district in New York has deemed sweatshirts honoring a police officer killed in the line of duty unacceptable after allowing staff and students to wear BLM attire for months.

Pelham Union Free School District banned sweatshirts honoring George Caccavale, according to a local news outlet:

Carla Caccavale’s father was a transit detective who was fatally shot in 1976 when she was 20 days old. She is blasting Pelham School Superintendent Cheryl Champ for banning a pro-police sweatshirt created in honor of her father. Caccavale says it is a memorial sweatshirt and not political. She says the superintendent has “made it personal by inserting her personal, political opinion.”

The sweatshirt ban is the latest in a string of events causing tension in the Pelham school district. Superintendent Cheryl Champ originally allowed Black Lives Matter shirts to be worn by both students and staff, while at the same time banning staff from

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