A high school Texan Valedictorian is claiming that she was intentionally cut off by her Principal just for mentioning Trayvon Martin and Tamir Rice at her commencement. The Dallas Independent School District Claims to be looking into it
According to NBC News, Emmett J. Conrad High School senior Rooha Haghar shared a video of her commencement speech on Twitter. In the video, you can hear Rooha speak about gun violence, and the lives lost at the hands of police officers.
“To the kids that were murdered in senseless mass shootings. To Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice and all the other children who became victims…,” she said before her microphone was muted.