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  • Richland community rallies in support of Rebel mascot name

    A couple hundred people rallied in the parking lot of the Birdville school district administration building Sunday. It was in response to a recent civil rights complaint filed against Richland's use of the Rebels name as a mascot, as well as school spirit groups, Dixie Belles and Johnny Rebs. (Ryan Osborne/ Star-Telegram)

A couple hundred people rallied in the parking lot of the Birdville school district administration building Sunday. It was in response to a recent civil rights complaint filed against Richland's use of the Rebels name as a mascot, as well as school spirit groups, Dixie Belles and Johnny Rebs.
A couple hundred people rallied in the parking lot of the Birdville school district administration building Sunday. It was in response to a recent civil rights complaint filed against Richland's use of the Rebels name as a mascot, as well as school spirit groups, Dixie Belles and Johnny Rebs.

Rally held to support Richland High’s Rebel mascot

July 12, 2015 7:13 PM