Four protesters, including the president of the state NAACP, Rev. William Barber, have been barred from being on Wake County school property after being arrested for disrupting a school board meeting last month.
The Raleigh News & Observer reports school officials warned the four in a letter they would face legal action if they appeared on school property.
The protesters are upset that the school board majority eliminated the socioeconomic diversity policy.
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