Racial Profiling And Nonviolent Protests

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This institution has been unjust to us for more than 10 years. We have fought and protested our rights but they showed us no respect of our wishes. This is why we are protesting and formally telling all that we the people of Eighth Grade cut all ties with Fairmont. This was not our first step. All of us wanted peace but the Fairmonteers gave us no choice. We started with simple petitions to encourage change. This included the food petition, the wifi petitions, and the sports fudging petitions. All of these were rejected without a second thought. We fought with many other forms of protest like boycotting or nonviolent protest, but all were not responded to sufficiently.
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