Instead of getting justice, a student who spoke out got expelled. PHILAUGUSTAVO / GETTY
Last Friday, Newport High School senior Alex Su spent third period in the girl’s bathroom. She and her friends drew up last-minute posters in anticipation of the school bell, which would signal not only the start of a walkout at their school, but also a groundswell of support around the district that one NHS parent likened to the #MeToo movement.
When an administrator came into the bathroom to reprimand the students, Su put her hand in front of the woman’s face and said, “I’m not talking to you.” After all, Su had already tried talking to
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