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Expelled students win $1 million for ‘blackface’ that wasn’t blackface

Verdict puts schools on notice to provide ‘fair procedures’ in disciplinary actions

Bob Unruh
By Bob Unruh

An announcement from a prominent legal team reveals that a $1 million verdict in a fight over the alleged wrongful expulsion of two students from St. Francis High School in California means that schools now are on notice to provide “fair procedures” to students in disciplinary actions.

“This case is significant not only for our clients but for its groundbreaking effect on all private high schools in California, which are now legally required to provide fair procedure to students before punishing or expelling them,” charged Krista Boughman, of the Dhillon Law Group that fought the case.

“The jury rightly confirmed that St. Francis High School’s procedures were unfair to our clients and that the school is not above the law.”

The fight had an odd origination.

The legal team said the two students, in solidarity with a friend who was instructed by a doctor to use an acne-fighting face mask, also wore the medication.

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