Student Told He Can’t Wear Halloween Costume Because It Appropriates HIS OWN CULTURE


A Colombian high school student was told that he cannot dress as a Mariachi band member because it’s “offensive.”

MRCTV reports:

Joshua Sewerynek, a ninth grade student at St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School, planned to dress up as part of a mariachi band with his friends. The school, however, stated the Colombian student’s costume is “very offensive” and would not be allowed because “culture is not a costume.”

Sewerynek told MRCTV that students were instructed to tweet their prospective Halloween costumes at the school’s official Twitter page to make sure their costumes would be approved.

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Leave it to liberals to suck all of the fun out of Halloween.

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