by Kelen McBreen

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Students attending the Austin Independent School District (AISD) in the capital city of Texas are engaging in “Pride Week”.

Footage shows students carrying rainbow flag signs as if they were part of an LGBT protest.

Some students seen in the footage are not carrying anything, making it seem as if they were forced to take part in the march.

Students at Doss Elementary in Austin were filmed in a video originally posted to Twitter by the school’s assistant principal.

The school district brags about the Pride Week events on Twitter, calling it “a time to highlight the district’s commitment to creating a safe, supportive, inclusive environment.”

The school district brags about the Pride Week events on Twitter, calling it “a time to highlight the district’s commitment to creating a safe, supportive, inclusive environment.”

Doss Elementary Assistant Principal Hanna Wankel tweeted an image of the Pride pack AISD sent her for the celebratory week.

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