Raynah Adams, principal of Maryland's Friendly High School, warned students not to wear pink to support breast cancer awareness because it would violate the school's uniform policy. When about one fifth of the students held a “Pink Out” anyway, the school forced many of them to change clothes. And when officials ran out of clothes for them to change into, they gave the rest of the students, about 75 in all, in-school suspension.
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