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Students stand up against school board candidate Jeanie Ames

Rallying across the street from the Parkway School Board Candidate Forum at the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis, Parkway students, parents and alumni share signs that address white supremacy on the Board of Education. Students also protested and talked to voters at polling sites April 3 to help spread their message. “At about eight different locations, [students] protested basically all day, holding up signs, talking to voters and making sure that they knew to make an informed decision,” senior Cheryl Ma said.

Sabrina Bohn and Carly Anderson

April 3, 2018

Students across Parkway have formed the group “Not on Our School Board” to protest school board candidate Jeanie Ames’ campaign for a position on Parkway’s Board of Education after controversy surrounding Ames’ Twitter account. “The people on this board are representing us, our beliefs and our values,” freshman Ella Seigel said. “They have a lot of influence, and I don’t want so...

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