February 2001
New York Times Upfront;02/19/2001, Vol. 133 Issue 12, p11
Reports on the case of Brandi Blackbear who was suspended from her Tulsa, Oklahoma junior high school in 1999, for allegedly casting a hex on a teacher who had fallen ill. Blackbear's history at the school; Brushes with school officials, who are both subject of the lawsuit; Civil liberties groups' defense of Blackbear.


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