A teacher wore a Black Lives Matter pin to class. Now he is banned from a Clovis school

A substitute teacher who works for the Clovis Unified Unified School District was told he cannot work at Clovis West High anymore, one day after wearing a Black Lives Matter button to class. Clovis Unified says he violated a policy that requires teachers to be politically neutral, but the American Civil Liberties Union contends those policies are problematic.

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