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By MFT Team

The school district is trying to steal a black student's podcast

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In 2020, a White police officer had just killed George Floyd. America City streets were overrun with demonstrators calling for racial justice. 

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Four Black kids in Denver who were seeing it all from their school made the decision to launch a podcast on racial justice.

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They start a podcast after realizing "that our generation is the future and injustices will forever be our reality unless we undertake change NOW.

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The program's final title could be "Know Justice, Know Peace: The Take." The children filed a federal court lawsuit against Denver Public School on Monday.

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The students are claiming that the district is attempting to copyright and "steal" the slogan they came up with more than 2 years ago, "Know Justice, Know Peace."

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The students are claiming that the district school is attempting to copyright and "steal" the “Know Justice, Know Peace” brand name they created two years ago. 

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Denver Public Schools said that it was eager to "clear up any misconceptions" in the case, which was brought by attorney Jeffrey Kass on behalf of the four pupils.

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The students pressured the principal to send those professors to the museum on the grounds that "black history was something we needed in our curriculum."

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The instructors returned and collaborated with the students to prepare their presentations for the school board.

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The curriculum was modified. The podcast was then motivated by Floyd's murder. Less than six weeks later, on July 4, 2020, they debuted the program.

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According to the lawsuit, the district schools have subsequently reset the passwords and take control of all social media accounts connected to the brand.

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They assert that it is currently attempting to steal what they produced.