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Rebel Yell
06-11-2008, 11:15 AM
This ban has been spreading like a cancer through our public schools, now my niece's private school has joined in this year. They now have one half black student in the school. I'm gonna ask her if she wants one these shirts and I'll buy it for her. She has always wore Dixie Outfiters.

School Protest Shirts
Dixie Outfitters supports all students who wish to show their pride in their Southern Heritage by wearing shirts to school that feature the Confederate Battle Flag.

We believe that banning of the Confederate Battle Flag by public schools is a violation of students right to freedom of speech as guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Further, these unconstitutional bans discriminate against persons of Southern heritage and are an insult to those who have Confederate ancestors. Such discrimination is a violation of the Civil Rights act of 1964.

These bans perpetuate ignorance and misunderstanding about the true history of the Confederacy and the Confederate Battle Flag. It is the mandate of public schools to educate its students in true history. The Confederate Battle flag is a historical flag of the Southern soldier who fought for the principles espoused by the founding fathers of the United States. Historical facts, not politically correct positions, should be taught by our schools.

It is not the mandate of our public schools to deny its students of the fundamental freedoms enjoyed by American citizens. It is not the mandate of our schools to deny Southern students symbols of their heritage while allowing other ethnicities their symbols of heritage. Public school students who are denied their freedom to express themselves should protest this injustice.

Dixie Outfitters new series of shirts called " Public School Protest Shirts" are designed to help students who feel abused and discriminated against because of their Southern heritage. These shirts do not contain the Confederate Battle Flag, but they do effectively communicate your feelings regarding the trampling of your rights.

We encourage you to make your feelings known to your school through these shirts. We offer them at a special price of $5.00 each.


The shirts are at the link.http://www.barbershopping.com/pgi-CustomListTrans3?S,DOmen,DO_Items,2,157,=,DO,&,158,=,DO-PC

linda22003
06-11-2008, 11:17 AM
She has always wore]

It's the south, all right. ;)

LibraryLady
06-11-2008, 11:22 AM
Honorary Member of the FBI (FEDERAL BIGOT INSTITUTE)


That should be helpful:rolleyes:

Rebel Yell
06-11-2008, 11:23 AM
It's the south, all right. ;)

Do you read what's being rittin or just how it being rittin?;)

You know I'll start mispelling words on purpose or not using good wordin' on perpose.:D

Shannon
06-11-2008, 11:24 AM
It's the south, all right. ;)

I spent a year in Boston (with the locals). You'll never convince me that poor grammar is exclusively a "southern thing". Heck, Crazy Uncle Johnny lives in Vermont!

Gingersnap
06-11-2008, 11:53 AM
That's a very, very clever campaign. I'd absolutely wear one of those shirts if I had any Southern heritage and if I ever wore clothing with slogans (I don't). There is nothing for the schools to object to while still being edgy enough to cause comment. :)

linda22003
06-11-2008, 12:05 PM
I spent a year in Boston (with the locals). You'll never convince me that poor grammar is exclusively a "southern thing". Heck, Crazy Uncle Johnny lives in Vermont!

No need to conjure HIM up.
In Boston, the accent is so strong they spell the way they speak. Dressers have "draws", not drawers.

linda22003
06-11-2008, 12:06 PM
Do you read what's being rittin or just how it being rittin?;)

You know I'll start mispelling words on purpose or not using good wordin' on perpose.:D

I read for content as well as style.

If you start doing it on "perpose", I'll just continue to assume you're doing the best you know how to do.

BSR
06-11-2008, 12:18 PM
I spent a year in Boston (with the locals). You'll never convince me that poor grammar is exclusively a "southern thing". Heck, Crazy Uncle Johnny lives in Vermont!

Shit, my grammar and spelling suck cause I type to fast and dont proof read before I submit.


Oh, and Im retarded...

BSR
06-11-2008, 12:18 PM
No need to conjure HIM up.
In Boston, the accent is so strong they spell the way they speak. Dressers have "draws", not drawers.

and oddly I'm not wearign either..

Shannon
06-11-2008, 01:04 PM
Shit, my grammar and spelling suck cause I type to fast and dont proof read before I submit.


Oh, and Im retarded...

Your retardation was never in doubt.

BSR
06-11-2008, 01:07 PM
Your retardation was never in doubt.


huuuurrrrrrrrrr.


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