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John, Mary Beth, Chris
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent School District (1969)
Three students all decided to wear armbands to protest about the war in Vietnam. They weren't allowed to wear them because it disrupted the class or showed bad signs.
It was "disrupting" the kids and got asked to take out the armbands but they refused and got suspended.
The families took it to trial and it got to the supreme court.
They took the "disruption test" and they weren't disrupting they were self expression themselves so they won. The school was disrupting the students because the armbands were not causing no problem it cause a distraction in class.
After the Tinker case more of the students started self-expressing themsleves.
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