After players of several NFL teams kneeled, locked arms or stayed in their locker rooms during the national anthem on Sept.

24, President Trump said his criticism of the protests "has nothing to do with race." (Bastien Inzaurralde/The Washington Post) As America’s national anthem protests have grown louder, consuming the NFL, the office of the president and a good chunk of public discourse, India Landry has had her own silent revolt, sitting quietly during the Pledge of Allegiance at her Houston high school.

In 1943, the Supreme Court ruled that students couldn’t be forced to say the Pledge of Allegiance.

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But for the past 200 or so school days, India told Houston CBS affiliate KHOU, she refused to “stand for the pledge because it goes against everything I believe in.” For months, her act of civil disobedience attracted little fanfare, according to a lawsuit filed by her mother, Kizzy Landry. 2, she was summarily expelled by school officials, who told her that “this isn’t the NFL.” After the punishment, the suit says, they told the girl to call her mom for a ride home, saying she’d be escorted out of school by police otherwise.

A few days later, Kizzy Landry filed a lawsuit, which names Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District and Principal Martha Strother as defendants.

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The 17-year-old senior was one of many relatively anonymous people who have followed the lead of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who knelt during the national anthem in 2016 to protest police violence against black people, among other discrimination.

At Windfern High School, India and other students are required to stand during the pledge, even if they don’t recite it.

2, instead of being in class when the pledge was recited, India was in the principal’s office.

The lawsuit doesn’t say why, and school officials didn’t return calls seeking comment.

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