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The family of a seventh-grade student in North Carolina is standing up for their daughter after faculty members reportedly felt the T-shirt she wore to dress-down day was inappropriate.

Emery, who attends Fort Bragg’s Albritton Middle School, was asked to cover up her favorite shirt — which reads, “Why be racist, sexist, homophobic or transphobic when you could just be quiet?” — because some of the teachers found it to be “offensive,” Emery’s mother, Katie Moore Smith, wrote on Facebook last week.

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The school also called Emery’s father, a Fort Bragg Soldier, to inform him that Emery was asked to cover up with a sweatshirt, Yahoo! reported. Katie later arrived at school to speak with administrators, including the school’s assistant principal.

“He was not entirely forthcoming and was clearly trying to watch his words,” Smith wrote on Facebook. “He did say that he personally did not find the shirt offensive, and he alluded to the problem being with the Phobias.

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