In the age of Trump, there’s a fine line between racism and free speech. Even at high school football games
Los Angeles Timesquoted Jody Armourof the USC Gould School in a story about free speech and political signs at a high school football game. KPCC-FMinterviewed Armour about the controversy.
The chant easily can become “weaponizing patriotism,” Armour said. “You’re using it as a way of insinuating that the people on the other team are not really one of us. … They’re not really American.”