Two Seattle-area high school yearbooks featured anti-police imagery and messages supporting student activism around Black Lives Matter.
The Woodinville High School yearbook featured an image showing student protesters. In the photo, one girl holds up a sign reading, “ACAB.” The same photo was featured in a video collage at their graduation ceremony last week.
At Bonney Lake High School, a part of the yearbook adopted a similar theme. The section on BLM activism featured art of a white cop beating a Black woman as her white friend defends her. It even offers info to donate to the BLM political movement.
Traditionally, yearbooks eschew overtly political
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