Eugenia McDowell took issue with the way her 6-year-old son was treated by his teacher when he took a knee during the Pledge of Allegiance at Wiregrass Elementary School in Pasco County on Monday.
Eugenia McDowell took issue with the way her 6-year-old son was treated by his teacher when he took a knee during the Pledge of Allegiance at Wiregrass Elementary School in Pasco County on Monday. JEFFREY S. SOLOCHEK Tampa Bay Times
Eugenia McDowell took issue with the way her 6-year-old son was treated by his teacher when he took a knee during the Pledge of Allegiance at Wiregrass Elementary School in Pasco County on Monday. JEFFREY S. SOLOCHEK Tampa Bay Times

‘We stand for the Pledge,’ teacher tells 6-year-old who took a knee in class

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