#YesAllDaughters Student Walkout & Protest
This article has been updated to clarify the rôles of Danielle Brown, Kim Wright, and Stacey Wright within the campaign.
Since this article’s publication, Norman School District superintendent Dr. Joe Siano has agreed to many of the students’s demands.
NORMAN — An online campaign to bring attention to Norman High School and local law enforcement’s response to the alleged rape of 3 female Norman High School students, all by the same male student, culminated in a mass student walkout and rally in front of the school . The campaign and demonstration were originally organized by a coalition of students, their parents, and citizens.
According to a story published in the Norman Transcript, the protest is in response to the perceived failure of the school administration to provide adequate protection from bullying of the alleged victims. The article goes on to identify student Danielle Brown, her mother, Kim Wright, and her aunt, Stacey Wright as spokespersons for the group.
School principal Scott Beck responded to the charges in a letter released to parents on . In the letter, Beck said the school took
the strongest disciplinary action against against the alleged assailant permitted by Oklahoma law. The school is coöperating with local law enforcement in investigating the alleged crimes.
#YesAllDaughters spokesperson Stacy Wright is quoted in the Transcript article as claiming that 1 of the alleged victims was harrassed upon her attempt to return to school after being raped.
She was verbally attacked when she walked into school. It was a group of girls who threatened her. She had just made it to the doors on her first day back, said Wright.
Norman Police Department Captain Tom Easley declined comment due to the ages of the accused rapist, the alleged harrassers, and the alleged victims.
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