Smithsonian Museum Kicks Out Students Over What They Had on Their Hats: Attorney


The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum may soon find itself in legal troubles after security at the museum allegedly forced a group of students to remove their pro-life hats.

Located in Washington D.C., the National Air and Space Museum prides itself for having “the world’s largest and most significant collection of aviation and space artifacts.”

Some of their notable pieces of history include the 1903 Wright Flyer and the Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia.

A group of students came to visit the museum last month while they were in D.C. to take part in the Jan. 20 March for Life Rally, an attorney told WYFF-TV.

The 12 students and chaperones from Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic School in Greenville, South Carolina, were reportedly stopped by a museum security guard, who told them the museum was a “neutral zone.”


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The guard reportedly told the group that they weren’t allowed to wear their pro-life beanies in the museum and instructed them to either remove their hats or leave, WYFF reported.

The attorney — from the American Center of Law and Justice — said that parents are now planning on taking legal action against the museum.

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“They should be allowed to wear the hats that they were wearing and to be able to express themselves,” one parent, Nora Luz Kriegel, told WYFF. “And I felt it was very wrong that this person harassed them.”

According to WYFF, Kriegel has two children currently attending Our Lady of the Rosary — a school located in Greenville County of South Carolina.

Her children did not…


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