From a news article: "suit argues [insert names of schools here] violate the rights of African American students by forcing them 'to champion a legacy of segregation and oppression in order to participate in school activities'".
Notice that the claim is that the school's respective names are violating the student's rights. It does not claim that any teacher, coach, administrator, etc. forces the students "to champion" segregation or oppression -- but it is the schools names.
The suit continues with; "[The school names] violate the First Amendment's guarantee of being free from 'compelled speech' and the 14th Amendment guarantee of equal protection under the law".
Once again, the suit -- at least according to the article, does not name any person who forces the students to say anything improper, racial, congregationalist, or oppressive.
As for Equal Protection under the Law? What about those students who happen to like the name of the school -- or at the very least find no offense in the names themselves? What about their equal protection?
If the students and/or parents do not like the name of the school --- DON"T SEND YOUR KIDS THERE!!!! because you violate the rights of those who could care less about the name.
By the way, for #HashTagging purposes: the School names are #LeeDavisHighSchool and #StonewallJacksonMiddleSchool
#KaitlinBanner needs to study The Supreme Law of the Land, which includes The Constitution for the United States of America. So too des the #NAACP for such a #FrivolousLawSuit
#TomHarris you should grow some courage and knowledge and defend your schools and your community.