This is my Amendment project of the Tinker vs. Des Moines School District case, which greatly impacted the world today. This storyboard reflects my understanding of the assignment with visuals, pictures, and dialogue to make a fun, amusing, and humorous story. Hope you enjoy!
Mary Beth Tinker: I am wearing my black peace armband for the Vietnam War. I hope that the allies arrive quickly, and devise an agreement with the United States, so we can get a quick finish to the war. I hope that the students also wear these objects to support the people, who are fighting on our side.
John Tinker: Yeah, Chris and I are wearing the bands, too. I hope that the principal won't mind if we wear these, as support for the war. I don't think that it goes against any of the laws or principles of our school.
I have been around school, and all of the kids keep staring at me. Whispers are scattering around the school, and many kids give scournful smiles when they pass me by in the hallway. Are we not allowed to wear these bands?
Yeah, I had a similar encounter. The principal walked by me in the hallway, glanced at my arm for a second, and it appeared like he was going to speak to me, but, then, he returned back to his office. Something fishy is going on!
John, I can't believe the school officials commanded us to take off the school bracelets. Though, I am a respectful school devotee, I am still going to wear my school bracelet. The Vietnamese people fighting for the United States need to realize that there are people on their side, and I am not letting my head get to the best of me. Mom, Dad, you, and I will schedule an appointment with the Supreme Court. This matter will not lie until rested.
The judges and I have made our final decision. After analyzing all of the pieces of evidence, it was a 7-2 decision, ruling in your favor. It is true that the bands did not interfere with the normal function of the school, or cause any arguments between anyone, meaning that you are free to go.