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    Quote Originally Posted by osbornk View Post
    If they do rename the school, the next generation will ask who she was and why her name is on their school.
    Doubtful; her photo will be there in every classroom and they'll make her part of their history stories (notice I did not say curriculum)
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    Naming a school, even one that is below primitive standards fits her perfectly. It would be more fitting if the city would name a landfill or waste water treatment facility after them.
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    It's their communities they can mess it up as far as I am concerned. I will just laugh at how their stupidity is running rampant!
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    Transgender rights advocates should be claiming this as a victory.
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