Why Did Chelsea Boyle Sues Daughter School? ‘Any life’ On A BLM Drawing Details- 

A woman is suing her seven-year-old daughter’s elementary school after she was allegedly forced to make a public apology for writing ‘any life’ on a Black Lives Matter drawing.

Chelsea Boyle’s first-grade daughter, who has ADHD, was allegedly told by her principal at Viejo Elementary School in Mission Viejo, California, that she ‘can’t draw pictures anymore’ and ‘can’t write those words’ after being disciplined for creating the ‘any lives’ matter drawing.

The picture showed the words ‘Black Lives Matter’ with four round shapes in various different tones of brown, beige and yellow, which was intended to ‘represent her friends’ who were ‘racially mixed’. She added ‘any life’ above the shapes.

One of the friends took the picture home, where a parent saw it and was said to have found it offensive.

This prompted principal Jesus Becerra to punish Mrs Boyle’s daughter by making her publicly apologize on the playground to her classmates and teachers.

It is also claimed that Mrs Boyle’s daughter was then banned from recess and forced to sit on a bench watching the other children play.

Why Did Chelsea Boyle Sues Daughter School? ‘Any life’ On A BLM Drawing Details

Why Did Chelsea Boyle Sues Daughter School? ‘Any life’ On A BLM Drawing Details

Chelsea Boyle, pictured, is suing her seven-year-old daughter’s elementary school after she was allegedly forced to make a public apology for writing ‘any life’ on a Black Lives Matter drawing

The incident is said to have happened a year ago, but her mother Mrs Boyle only discovered what had happened after another parent told her recently.

Mrs Boyle said she didn’t think her daughter did anything wrong: ‘I was immediately angry, I didn’t know what had happened, I knew it was wrong fundamentally.

‘My daughter’s rights were taken away, and I just started reaching out to find out what compelled speech was. I didn’t know what it was until I spoke to attorneys,’ she told Fox News on Wednesday.

Her attorney, Alexander Haberbush, added: ‘Every single student in this country has a right to free speech. Now those rights are even stronger when a school tries to compel speech – when a school tries to make you say something as opposed to just telling you that you can’t say something. That’s exactly what has happened here.

The picture showed the words ‘Black Lives Matter’ with four round shapes in various different tones of brown, beige and yellow, which was intended to ‘represent her friends’ who were ‘racially mixed’. She added ‘any life’ above the shapes (pictured)

‘It’s even worse than that because not only was she made to apologize for a totally innocuous drawing, one that I don’t know how you could look at that and see anything but racial tolerance and respect for other races in that picture.

‘But not only was she made to apologize for that, she’s actually been punished on top of it.

‘Chelsea’s daughter was deprived of her ability to do art. She suffers from severe ADHD, art is her main outlet, taking that away is a severe deprivation of something that really has a therapeutic effect.

On being asked about her daughter’s wellbeing, Mrs Boyle said she went out to buy her a bunch of art supplies and her ‘art’s come along leaps and bounds, so she’s doing great’.

 

Her attorney, Alexander Haberbush, added: ‘Every single student in this country has a right to free speech. Now those rights are even stronger when a school tries to compel speech’ (pictured, Viejo Elementary School)

 

Mrs Boyle said she didn’t think her daughter did anything wrong: ‘I was immediately angry, I didn’t know what had happened, I knew it was wrong fundamentally’

‘It’s more me, I guess, and my husband that are still upset about this and still don’t know what to do about it,’ she continued.

Speaking to RedState, Mrs Boyle said: ‘My children see color as a color, as a description. I am trying to raise them the way the world should be, not the way it is.

‘That’s how I’m trying to make my personal change. Her best friend is brown — not black, but brown — and she didn’t understand why she didn’t matter, why her friend didn’t matter. She has another friend that is Japanese; she doesn’t understand.

‘It was something she came up on her own. She just didn’t understand it. It was completely innocent, and that broke my heart.’

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