She wanted to call. She really did, just to make a point, to make them feel the say way-singled out, powerless, discriminated against, a source of irrational fear. But she didn't call. In fact, she didn't do anything, and because of that she was annoyed with herself.
During his meeting with Yasmin’s father, he asks, “how long do you think you can control your daughter?” Yasmin and her father are hurt; she resigns, but includes an explanation that she is “giving up my position to defend what I believe in.”
Yasmin's father threatens to sue the school, but he and Yasmin's mother also insist that Yasmin is wasting too much time on legal research.