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Texas school reinstates teacher placed on leave after posting LGBTQ, Black Lives Matter posters in virtual classroom

One of them read “Black Lives Matter;” another showed two brown hands next to a Spanish phrase speaking about solidarity: “Amiga, tu lucha es mi lucha” (“Friend, your battle is my battle”); and one featured the LGBTQ rainbow colors, with a message that read, “Diverse, Inclusive, Accepting, Welcoming, Safe Space, For Everyone.”

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