A Tennessee high school student got suspended over her anti-bullying video. It has nearly 600,000 views on YouTube. School administrators accused Emily Gipson of "trying to incite violence" and gave her a two-day in-school suspension for the video entitled "Welcome to Lebanon High School." In the video, prompted by a classmate's October suicide, she asks students to treat each other better. Principal Scott Walters said he took issue with the fact that the free-verse speech was recorded in a classroom without a teacher's permission. Gipson disputed that, saying she had two coaches' permission.
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