Cafeteria workers from Rene Rost also came to show their supporting, saying what happened to Hargrave was cruel.
"Now say you're sorry", another person urged. "Just show up. Just do something".
On Thursday afternoon, hundreds gathered in support of Hargrave at a rally in Abbeville.
But the superintendent whose salary Hargrave questioned during the meeting, will not apologize for what happened.
A Louisiana school superintendent is speaking out about the controversial arrest of one of his teachers. Deyshia Hargrave was taken into custody Monday after questioning the superintendent's pay raise at a board meeting. The American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana said the episode raised serious constitutional questions and that it was investigating.
Deyshia Hargrave, whose removal in handcuffs sparked internet outrage, made the remarks to The Associated Press before a Thursday rally of her supporters in the city of Abbeville. The officer followed her into the hallway, where moments later, a camera recorded her on the floor with her hands behind her back, being handcuffed. In a video statement on Wednesday, she said she was "appalled by this, and you should be, too".More news: Nigerians React As Benue Govt Buries Attack Victims
The arrest of a teacher who had just been kicked out of a Vermilion Parish School Board meeting Monday after criticizing a vote to give the su...
She returned to work Wednesday.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said he saw nothing on videos of Hargrave's arrest that warranted her rough treatment. She was booked into jail but released, and authorities said she will not be prosecuted.
"Please let her know that she is a role model for other students showing how to advocate for what she believes in", the letter said.
"Today my heart is broken for many reason but my will is not", she concluded. "But, when is a good time for a superintendent to get a raise?" "When the media leaves, I still want people at those meetings". She asked board members why they were raising the superintendent's pay - which was about $110,000 before the raise was approved at the meeting - when teachers had not received a raise for years. What's more, I'm dismayed at this and you ought to be as well.
"How are you going to take that money, because it's basically taken out of the pockets of teachers?" she said, prompting School Board President Anthony Fontana to bang his gavel.More news: Yet another D-Day for Lalu on Jan 24
Puyau told the Daily Advertiser newspaper that he, his family and others in the school system had received death threats.
The issue has become so contentious that the Vermilion Parish school board office went on lockdown Tuesday, but dozens are still overwhelming the OH police department located roughly 1,100 miles north. "Those are the type of posts we've been getting and majority have responded in a similar fashion".
When she voluntarily left the room, the officer jumped into action in the hallway, forcing Hargrave to the ground and handcuffing her.
Pearl, a rare white crocodile first seen five weeks ago in Australia's Adelaide River, makes a surprise appearance for tourists on a crocodile sighting tour. She was trying to turn the ordeal into a learning experience, she said.
However, Hargrave added, "They're fine, so I'm fine".
VERMILION, Ohio -The Vermilion Police Department - on the border of Erie and Lorain counties in Ohio - has a simple message for everyone upset about the arrest of a teacher in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana: "'Stop sending us your hate mail".More news: Paul Manafort Is Suing The Department Of Justice And Robert Mueller
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