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Antoine v. Winner School District 59-2

United States District Court for the District of South Dakota
2006 WL 3007375 (2006)


Facts

The parents of Sam Antoine and other Native American students (plaintiffs) sued Winner School District 59-2 (defendant), claiming that it disciplined Native American students more often and more harshly than Caucasian students, maintained a racially hostile environment, and used discriminatory policies, customs, and practices. The lawsuit also claimed that the district coerced Native American students to confess in violation of due process and their rights against self-incrimination. The parents requested an injunction prohibiting discrimination (without damages) and asked the court to certify a class representing all current and future Native American students enrolled in the school district.

Rule of Law

Issue

Holding and Reasoning (Kornmann, J.)

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