EFM Takeover Of Detroit Schools: Teen Mothers Arrested, Children taken Into Temporary Custody
by surelyujest

Approximately a dozen teachers, teen mothers and their children were arrested and taken away by Detroit police while staging a peaceful sit-in protest at the Catherine Ferguson Academy in Detroit on Friday April 15th. Eight students, along with their children and some faculty members of the Catherine Ferguson Academy of Detroit, MI began the sit-in at the end of the school day in protest to Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb’s announcement to close the school for pregnant and parenting teens. The decision to occupy was made after many other attempts by students, staff and supporters to have their voices heard by EFM Robert Bobb through letter writing and petition campaigns, to no avail.

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One Comment to “Teen moms arrested, kids in temporary custody, as EFM takes over Detroit Schools”

  • Is anyone going to bring suit to challenge the constitutionality of the Emergency Managers Law? Everything is else is challenged. Why not this?

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