Wisconsin college board bans lecturers, employees from displaying Pride flags
CHICAGO (CBS) — A Wisconsin college board has voted in favor of a coverage banning lecturers and employees from displaying homosexual satisfaction flags.
The Kettle Moraine School Board voted unanimously this week to maintain a code of conduct in place. It’s a few half an hour outdoors of Milwaukee.
The rule forbids district workers from displaying political or spiritual messages, together with Pride and Black Lives Matter flags. We Back the Badge indicators are additionally prohibited.
Staff is just not allowed to state in emails what their most popular pronouns are. More than 130,000 folks have signed an internet petition towards the rule.