Parents have filed a lawsuit against Villa Duchesne High School in Missouri, claiming the elite Catholic girls prep school has engaged in “overt and intentional racial discrimination against its Caucasian students,” including their daughter.
According to the petition filed in the Circuit Court of the County of Saint Louis, the parents accuse the school of “encouraging and facilitating race-based aggression” against their daughter and attempting to force her to adopt Critical Race Theory.
Colin Wright, managing editor at Quillette, noted the case, Doe et al v. Villa Duchesne, in a tweet thread Wednesday, as did the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
6) Daughter had a Thin Blue Line sticker on her laptop that students mistook for a Blue Lives Matter sticker.
Faculty told daughter the sticker was racist and “made to crush the BLM movement,” and that “simply having that sticker, you should expect to be treated like a racist.” pic.twitter.com/wcQw2iuLI6